KDWP BIOLOGIST HELPS PEN NATURAL RESOURCE BOOK
FALL TURKEY HUNTING AN EXCITING ALTERNATIVE
MAXWELL BUFFALO AUCTION NOV. 14
NWTF ANNOUNCES KANSAS HABITAT PROJECTS FOR 2008
BOATERS SHOULD PREPARE FOR FALLING WATER TEMPERATURES
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Book aims to train university students, early- and mid-career professionals, volunteers

BETHESDA, Md. -- The Wildlife Society (TWS) has announced publication of The Leadership Workbook: Building Leadership Skills in the Natural Resource Professions and Beyond, authored by Cherrie Nolden, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks Farm ... Read More


Fall season provides hunters special opportunity to bag big birds

PRATT -- Although most turkey hunters think of springtime and calling gobblers, more and more hunters are taking advantage of the fall seasons, when different methods provide the opportunity to put a wild turkey on the Thanksgiving table.

The traditional fall tur ... Read More


Public auction revived after one-year cancellation

PRATT -- In an effort to preserve a small bit of the past, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) maintains small herds of buffalo in the state. These herds grow, however, and each year the agency has an auction to sell surplus animals that cannot be supported by the av ... Read More


Group aids everything from habitat restoration and burning to added WIHA land

LARAMIE, Wyo. -- The
Kansas State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation
(NWTF) recently announced selection of the following Hunting Heritage Super Fund proposals for 2008 funding. These proposals had been evaluated and ranked earlier by the ... Read More


Inexperienced boaters at risk when on the water to hunt or fish

PRATT -- Boating is usually considered a warm-weather sport, but as waterfowl hunters and anglers know, fall can be the best time of the year to participate in boating activities. It can also be a dangerous time of year for avid sportsmen and women who don’t consider t ... Read More