Thursday June 17 2010

Oriole Nest
Where can I float or canoe on public streams in Kansas?

Most streams and rivers in Kansas are privately owned, requiring permission to access. The three navigable rivers — the Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas — are open to the public, but one must have permission to access the rivers through private land. KDWP maintains a number of public access points to these rivers, as well as rivers that run through KDWP-managed wildlife areas. View the Rivers and Streams Access page for more information.

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See how a Baltimore Oriole builds its nest, the most intricate nest design in North America.

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