White-nose syndrome (WNS), a fungal disease that affects hibernating bats, has recently been confirmed in Kansas…
It’s hard to complain about rain when you live in Kansas, but this has been a tough spring for those who love to be outdoors.
There are 26 Kansas state parks just waiting for you to explore, and it won’t be more fun or affordable than it will be on May 6, 2017.
Hosted by Kansas Wildlife and Parks Magazine staff, the 5th annual contest will kick off March 23 and run through 5 p.m. on Oct 13, 2017.
It’s tax time, and charitable donations are on our minds. What if your donation could make a positive difference in a disabled veteran’s life?
While the opening weekend of pheasant season is a highly-anticipated tradition, it may not provide the best hunting of the 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.
The opening day of dove season, Sept. 1, is one of the most anticipated opening days of the year because it’s been a long layoff since last year’s hunting seasons closed.
There’s no better place for kids to learn outdoor skills than the Annual Northcentral Kansas Outdoor Youth Fair in Osborne on Sept. 10.
The 2015 Kansas duck season is about to kick off – are you ready for the marsh madness?
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will meet at the Kansas Wetland Education Center, 592 NE K-156 Hwy, Great Bend on August 20 to discuss the waterfowl seasons.