4/24/08

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2008 NONRESIDENT DEER APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
OUTDOOR WRITERS OF KANSAS TO RAISE CASH FOR KIDS
SHOREBIRDS INVADE KANSAS MARSHES
KANSAS TRAPSHOOTERS ASSOCIATION TO FEATURE YOUTH EVENT KDWP UNDERGOING FIVE-YEAR REVIEW OF THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES Read More


2008 NONRESIDENT DEER APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

Application may be downloaded and mailed or made directly online PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has announced that 2008 nonresident deer applications are now available online at the KDWP website, www.kdwp.state.ks.us. To apply directly online, click "License/Permit Sales" on the home page, then "Begin Lic ... Read More


OUTDOOR WRITERS OF KANSAS TO RAISE CASH FOR KIDS

Proceeds help underprivileged children attend Outdoor Adventure Camp LAWRENCE -- Looking for some bargains on fishing, hunting, and camping equipment? Attend the May 5 Outdoor Writers of Kansas (OWK) charity auction at the Econo Lodge, 2222 W. 6th St., in Lawrence. The event will begin at 7:30 p.m., featuring a discounted shopping spree at C ... Read More


SHOREBIRDS INVADE KANSAS MARSHES

Springtime offers excellent viewing opportunities; scope, bird ID book suggested PRATT -- Mudflats get busy when hungry shorebirds migrate through Kansas. These long-distance travelers stop to rest where food is plentiful in marshes and playas. Drenched soil teems with small invertebrates that help fuel shorebird flights to the breeding grou ... Read More


KANSAS TRAPSHOOTERS ASSOCIATION TO FEATURE YOUTH EVENT

College and secondary school students given opportunity to compete; novices encouraged SEDGWICK -- The Kansas Trapshooters Association (KTA) will host a special trap shooting event for youth at this year's state trap shooting championships -- 3432 East 117th St. North, in Sedgwick -- on June 7. The event is sponsored by the Amateur Trapshoot ... Read More


KDWP UNDERGOING FIVE-YEAR REVIEW OF THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES

Opportunity for public to comment on proposed changes to species' status PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is mandated by the Kansas Nongame and Endangered Species Conservation Act of 1975 to review all current and proposed threatened and endangered (T&E) species every five years, and 2008 marks another year for ... Read More