Hunting News
  • Kansas Antelope Application Deadline June 9
    PRATT – Once common across the Kansas prairies, antelope, or pronghorn, now only inhabit the far western third of the state with a few remnant populations in the Flint Hills and the Red Hills. In the western counties, the population is healthy where suitable shortgrass prairie is found and numbers support limited hunting seasons. It is a popula ... Read More
  • Nonresident Deer Draw Results Available End Of May
    PRATT – Nonresidents wishing to hunt deer in Kansas had to have their applications completed and submitted online no later than midnight, April 28. And now that the deadline has passed, many applicants are anxious to learn the results of the drawing. However, it takes time to get the data assembled and preference points accounted for before the ... Read More
  • Spring Turkey Hunt Ideal Introduction For Young Hunters
    COUNCIL GROVE – If you know a youngster who is interested in learning about turkey hunting, keep reading. This spring will mark the 17th year of the Council Grove Youth Turkey Hunt. The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), in cooperation with area chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Quail and Upland Wildlife Fe ... Read More