WILDLIFE AND PARKS POSTING NEW ALIEN INVADER SIGNS
KIDS INVITED TO OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP JUNE 8-13
KANSAS STATE PARKS JOIN "WHAT'S YOUR MILE" CAMPAIGN
ADVANCED HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE JUNE 12
POTENTIAL LARGEMOUTH BASS RECORD PENDING
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Aquatic nuisance species signs geared toward raising public awareness

PRATT -- It's the boating season, and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) wants all boaters to have fun. However, staff want to ensure that boaters protect the resource they enjoy from dangerous aliens -- commonly called aquatic nuisance species (A ... Read More


Six-day camp teaches youngsters outdoor skills and just plain fun

PRATT -- The
Kansas Wildlife Federation
(KWF) and the
K-State Cooperative Extension Service
are sponsoring the annual Outdoor Adventure Camp (OAC) June 8-13 at the Camp WaShunGa area of
Rock Springs 4-H Center
, near Junction City. Youngsters who enjoy the ... Read More


Signs on trails encourage healthy lifestyle

PRATT -- What’s your cholesterol? What’s your blood pressure? What’s your weight? What’s your blood sugar? These and other health-related questions are addressed at the Kansas state government's
Healthy Kansas website
, healthykansas.org/whats_your_mile.aspx. The Healthy Kansas website ... Read More


Wingshooting the focus of eight-week course

PRATT -- Kansas volunteer hunter education instructors will conduct an eight-week advanced course in wingshooting beginning Thursday, June 12. The course will run from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Thursday evening for eight consecutive weeks at the Powder Creek Shooting Park, 8601 Monticello ... Read More


If confirmed, fish would break a 31-year-old record

PRATT -- A potential new Kansas state record largemouth bass was caught May 3 in a private strip pit in Cherokee County. Fourteen-year-old Tyson Hallam, of Scammon, took the trophy fish during the West Mineral Eagles Fishing Tournament using a jig and pig. The monster largemouth w ... Read More