Friday January 22 2010

Killer House Cats
How can I help Kansas wildlife, especially threatened and endangered species?

You can check the "Chickadee Checkoff" box on your Kansas State Income Tax form this year. Checking this box allows you to designate a contribution that goes directly to funding research programs, surveys, and management efforts that benefit eagles, songbirds, threatened and endangered species, turtles, lizards, butterflies and other nongame wildlife. Click here to learn more about Chickadee Checkoff.

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House cats spell trouble for wildlife when they're turned outdoors. Learn how to avoid this problem.

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