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.
Conservationists, wildlife enthusiasts are invited to attend the Kansas Wildlife Federation’s (KWF) Annual Meeting on Saturday, April 8 starting at 10 a.m.
Regulations concerning hunting on Glen Elder and Marion wildlife areas and the deer season dates on Fort Riley Military Reservation will also be discussed.
While there are several rivers in southeast Kansas where paddlefish snagging is allowed, conditions must be right for paddlefish to be present.
Westar Energy invites youth 12 – 17 to its spring turkey hunt, April 1 – 11, 2017, at Jeffrey Energy Center, located seven miles north of St. Marys.
Hunting is safe and getting safer, but everyone must do their part to keep it that way.
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.
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.