Monday November 01 2010

River Otters
I've seen posts around farm fields marked with purple paint. What does that mean?

The purple paint law allows landowners to mark property with purple paint, which designates that written permission is required for hunters to access the land. Permission is required to access any private land in Kansas, but posting "written permission only" signs or painting posts purple means that all who access must have written permission with them. A game warden who checks the hunters on this land can issue a citation if the hunters don't have written permission.

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A KDWP Wildlife Biologist gets a rare opportunity to film daytime river otters near Bone Creek Reservoir in Kansas.

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