4/9/09

KDWP News, 4/9/09


COMMISSION PLANS PUBLIC MEETING APRIL 16 IN OAKLEY
TEAMING WITH WILDLIFE PUTS PRESS ON CONGRESS
ONLINE DAILY REPORT REVEALS FISHING HOTSPOTS
NEW REGULATION AT LA CYGNE RESERVOIR BANS ALL ALCOHOLNEW QUAIL FOREVER CHAPTER BRINGS COVEY CONSERVATION TO MARSHALL COUNTY Read More


COMMISSION PLANS PUBLIC MEETING APRIL 16 IN OAKLEY

2009 deer, antelope, elk seasons top evening public hearing agendaOAKLEY -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission invites all interested persons to attend a public meeting and hearing in the Logan County Courthouse, 710 W. 2nd in Oakley, on Thursday, April 16. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30 p.m.; the evening public hearing will be ... Read More


TEAMING WITH WILDLIFE PUTS PRESS ON CONGRESS

More than 100 advocates from 30 states urge lawmakers to protect endangered species WASHINGTON, DC -- As part of the 8th Annual Teaming With Wildlife Fly-In Day, more than 100 conservation leaders from 30 states recently met with their lawmakers on Capitol Hill. The conservationists were there to discuss the importance of new and greater fundi ... Read More


ONLINE DAILY REPORT REVEALS FISHING HOTSPOTS

Public input combined with biologists' data provides complete angling picturePRATT -- Want to know where the fish are biting? The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) can help. One of the most popular and useful tools provided by KDWP is the weekly lake-by-lake fishing reports posted on the agency's website. While these reports compl ... Read More


NEW REGULATION AT LA CYGNE RESERVOIR BANS ALL ALCOHOL

Vandalism, violence cited as reasons for banLA CYGNE -- For the past 30 years, La Cygne Reservoir, a Kansas City Power and Light cooling lake, and the adjacent Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) wildlife area in Linn County have provided excellent hunting, fishing, and recreation opportunities. Recently, the power company and KDWP ... Read More


NEW QUAIL FOREVER CHAPTER BRINGS COVEY CONSERVATION TO MARSHALL COUNTY

Chapter will promote "bobwhite buffers" in northeast KansasMARYSVILLE -- Residents of Marshall County have formed Kansas' ninth Quail Forever (QF) chapter in an effort to protect and enhance bobwhite quail habitat. The Marshall County Chapter of QF also aims to involve local youth in outdoor activities."The Marshall County quail ... Read More