4/3/08

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KIRWIN NATURAL RESOURCE OFFICER STONES NAMED WILDLIFE OFFICER OF THE YEAR
KANSAS FORMS LEGISLATIVE SPORTSMEN’S CAUCUS
GUIDE TO KANSAS BIRDS AND BIRDING HOT SPOTS NOW AVAILABLE
ATTORNEY GENERAL SIX TO HOST GOVERNOR’S ONE-SHOT TURKEY HUNTNEW BOATING LAWS AFFECT KANSANS IN 2008 Read More


KIRWIN NATURAL RESOURCE OFFICER STONES NAMED WILDLIFE OFFICER OF THE YEAR

Shikar-Safari Club Interational award puts Stones in elite company PRATT -- Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) natural resource officer Larry Stones has been honored with the Shikar-Safari Club International Wildlife Officer of the Year award. Stones, from Kirwin, received the award in February in recognition of efforts above and ... Read More


KANSAS FORMS LEGISLATIVE SPORTSMEN’S CAUCUS

TOPEKA -- Sportsmen have an influential ally in the Kansas Legislature since formation of the Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus at the Topeka Country Club on March 25. The Kansas Caucus becomes the 35th state affiliated with the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC). A sportsmen’s caucus is formed by like-minded legislators who unders ... Read More


GUIDE TO KANSAS BIRDS AND BIRDING HOT SPOTS NOW AVAILABLE

Easy-to-use guide displays Kansas birds in stunning photos, reveals best birding spots LAWRENCE -- With exceptional habitat diversity and its key location at the hub of the Northern Hemisphere's migration corridors, Kansas is a bird-watcher's paradise. More than 470 avian species have been documented within its borders. From spectacularly be ... Read More


ATTORNEY GENERAL SIX TO HOST GOVERNOR’S ONE-SHOT TURKEY HUNT

New attorney general sitting in for governor at annual event EL DORADO -- The 22nd Annual Governor’s One-Shot Turkey Hunt will be held April 11-12 in El Dorado. As governor, Kathleen Sebelius has participated in the turkey hunt each year. However this year, Sebelius will not be able to attend. “We have a strong hunting tradition in Kansas, ... Read More


NEW BOATING LAWS AFFECT KANSANS IN 2008

Rules affect everything from life jackets to vessel identification stickers PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced several changes to Kansas boating laws and regulations that went into effect Jan. 1. Boaters should be aware of these changes in order to ensure safety and avoid potential citations. Safe ope ... Read More