The Kansas SAPA was intended to allow Kansans to manufacture firearms without FFL’s and sell only to other Kansas residents without being regulated by the ATF.
The Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams (KAWS) is conducting a free Playa Lake Workshop and Tour on Jan. 10-11, 2017.
Seeing a wild bald eagle is always a thrill and thanks to conservation efforts, our nation’s symbol is more common than ever.
Quail Forever has announced it will be hosting the 1st annual Kansas Governor’s Quail Hunt for Habitat on January 13 & 14, 2017 in Emporia, Kansas.
Christmas Bird Count traditions provide a great way to spend time outdoors, learn about the birds of Kansas, enjoy the camaraderie with nature enthusiasts.
KDWPT regional and district offices will be closed for the Christmas and New Years holidays, Dec. 26, 2016 and Jan. 2, 2017.
Kansas Wildlife and Parks Magazine will publish winning entries from the 2016 Wild About Kansas Photo Contest in the 2017 January/February photo issue.
Here in Kansas, we’re excited to report great habitat conditions across the state laid the foundation for excellent pheasant and quail seasons.
Before rolling up your sleeves and unfurling your trusty field-dressing knife, use your clean hands to electronically register your deer.
While Kansas ranks near the top among states for the deer, pheasant, quail hunting opportunities, it ranks near the bottom when compared to public land.
Kansas-based nonprofit organizations that promote conservation are invited to apply for a Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission Big Game Permit.
KDWPT game wardens, KHP troopers and county sheriff’s officers will conduct joint highway checkpoints at various locations on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
While the opening weekend of pheasant season is a highly-anticipated tradition, it may not provide the best hunting of the year.
Looking for a meaningful gift that will appeal to the outdoor enthusiast in your life, but don’t want to go broke buying it?
One of hunting’s biggest victories occurred when Kansas voters overwhelmingly approved Constitutional Amendment 1, the Kansas Right to Hunt, Fish and Trap by over 81%.
Kansas is known nationally for its spectacular pheasant and quail hunting, but the true icon of this prairie state is the greater prairie chicken.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism is accepting proposals for the Chickadee Checkoff Small Grants Program through January 1, 2017.
Right to hunt constitutional amendments are on the ballot in Indiana and Kansas. The election is this Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
This right is subject to state laws, regulations that advance professional fish, wildlife conservation, management and that protect hunting and fishing.
Significant increases in the breeding pheasant population last spring, excellent nesting conditions, will provide hunting prospects as good as last year.
The KDWPT conducted a public hearing in Liberal on Oct. 20, 2016. The nonpartisan commission approved several regulations brought to them by staff.
In addition to voting for chosen candidates in the Nov. 8, voters will decide whether to add a constitutional right to hunt, fish and trap wildlife.
Committee volunteers are focusing their efforts on public/private land habitat improvements throughout the region.
The Westar Energy Green Team, a volunteer group of Westar Energy, invite youth 16 and younger to kick off dove season by participating in its annual youth dove hunt.
If summer temps have you seeing red, why not add a little green to the mix in the form of Christmas decorations?