COMMISSION APPROVES PHEASANT, QUAIL SEASON CHANGES
KDWP POSTS BIG GAME PERMIT DRAWING RESULTS ONLINE
LATE CHANGES IN DEER PERMITS APPROVED BY COMMISSION
KANSAS WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION APPROVES DOVE SEASON CHANGES
KANSAS WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION APPROVES EARLY MIGRATORY BIRD SEASONS
RESIDENT EITHER-SPECIES DEER, ... Read More


Opening dates unchanged for 2008
PRATT -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission has approved a change in the opening date of pheasant season, moving it to the second Saturday in November, effective in 2009. This year's pheasant opening date will be the first Saturday in November, as it has been since 2006, because many hunters alr ... Read More


Permit status just a click away
PRATT -- Nonresidents who applied for Kansas deer permits may now view the results at the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) website, www.kdwp.state.ks.us. To check the status of a permit application, go to the KDWP home page and click "License/Permit Sales" in the menu bar at the ... Read More


Unit 3, Fort Riley, and nine northcentral Kansas counties affected

PRATT -- At a June 26 meeting of the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission in North Newton, three additions were made to deer permits and seasons that will affect specific areas of northern Kansas.

In northcentral Kansas, any unfilled deer permit valid in units ... Read More


Exotic species impact dove season

PRATT -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission voted unanimously to liberalize hunting regulations concerning two exotic dove species -- the Eurasian collared dove and the ringed turtle dove, neither of which are native to North America. Eurasian collared doves in particular have increased their ... Read More


Sixteen-day teal season approved for Low Plains Zone

PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks presented recommendations for early the early teal season and early migrant seasons to the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission at its public hearing on June 26. Migratory bird seasons are set according to frameworks provided b ... Read More


Applications available online; Either-species/Either-sex permit allows take of white-tailed or mule deer
PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) reminds resident hunters that 2008 Firearm Either-species/Either-sex permit applications are due July 11 and are
available online
at www.kdwp.state.ks.us. These limite ... Read More