KDWPT game wardens, KHP troopers and county sheriff’s office deputies will conduct joint highway checkpoints at various locations on Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.
By the time goose season comes around, most bird hunters have warmed up their dogs on a dove or teal hunt, put a few rounds through their shotgun.
Wading through mucky water is part of the experience, but one type of “muck” can be especially dangerous for four-legged hunting partners.
If you’ve dreamt of working as a game warden for KDWPT, the first step is completing testing and assessment, which will occur on Saturday, November 18.
If you like a good challenge, want to test your hunting prowess, or just want to shake up your fall hunting plans, consider hunting turkey this fall.
On Oct. 6, adventure-seeking hikers will embark on an hour-long hike through Tuttle Creek State Park from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies has finalized permanent conservation agreements with three private landowners to conserve 3,682 acres.
Linda Lanterman was elected president of the National Association of State Park Directors at their annual meeting held September 5-8 in Missoula, Montana.
Duck hunters and friends are invited to stop by the KWEC – located at the southeast corner of Cheyenne Bottoms – from 8 a.m. to noon for a free breakfast.
Step back in time to when mountain men and American Indians roamed in the recently acquired Louisiana Purchase territory.
The Johnson County Pheasants Forever Chapter is hosting the Outdoor Family Fun Day/Youth and Women’s Hunt on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Eckman’s Hunting Preserve.
Resident hunters and hunters purchasing deer permits available over the counter can obtain their 2017 permits beginning August 1.
The latest lesser prairie chicken survey shows population trends remain stable after six years of aerial survey data collection, according to the WAFWA.
Kansas residents are eligible to apply online for one of 12 Either-species Elk permits and 15 Antlerless-only Elk permits allocated for Unit 2a (Ft. Riley).
The Fourth of July and Kansas state parks go together like ice cream and apple pie, and both are American traditions. Come celebrate with us this weekend!
The fourth of July holiday usually means three things for Kansans all over the state: fireworks, BBQ, and of course, open water.
Bullfrogs: big, green, bellowing. They’re a common sight in Kansas, and more so a common sound at night. A bullfrog’s call seems to say “summer is here,”
Each summer, volunteers gather at the Rock Springs 4-H Center near Junction City to introduce 10-, 11- and 12-year-olds to the Kansas outdoors.
The KDWPT is accepting applications for anyone wanting to attend testing and assessment to be considered for an entry-level natural resource officer.
Kansas Archery in the Schools (KAS) hosted the 8th Annual State Archery Tournament, Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Clearwater High School.
They’re creepy-crawly, blood-sucking arachnids; nobody likes ticks. Unfortunately, they are a fact of outdoor life in Kansas.
Aside from health concerns and laws prohibiting possession of wildlife, the reality is the animal will have its best chance for survival if it’s left alone.
You can save this spring by buying your combination turkey permit/game tags before the start of the season. After March 31, permits can only be purchased.
Don’t wait until the weather is nice and plans with friends are made before you take a boating education course. “Spring Aboard” a class now.
Just about everyone can attest to the value of a Swiss army knife – they’re compact, reliable, and useful in a variety of situations.