WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION APPROVES RECOMMENDATIONS
ALL NONRESIDENT HUNTERS SUCCESSFUL IN KANSAS DEER DRAWING
KDWP OFFERS INTERACTIVE HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE OPTIONS
BECOMING AN OUTDOORS-WOMAN WORKSHOP FILLED TO CAPACITY
LOVEWELL STATE PARK FIREWORKS DISPLAY CANCELLED
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Early teal seasons expected to allow 16-day season; dove seasons set; peregrine falcon and bald eagle removed from state threatened and endangered species list
COUNCIL GROVE – The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission tentatively approved early teal seasons, set dove season dates, and passed state threatened and endangered species prov ... Read More


New permit system designed to meet hunter demand, landowner preference
PRATT -- There is good news for nonresident deer hunters this year: all applicants for Nonresident Whitetail Either Sex Deer permits were successful. This is the first year all applicants have been successful, and this success is directly attributable to changes in ... Read More


Students now offered two online coursework options before attending field day training
PRATT -- For several years now, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has offered hunter education courses that provide a large percentage of the work online, followed by a day of mostly field training, including live fire. Several days ... Read More


Popular program introduces women to outdoor skills in a stress-free environment
PRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced that this year’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop scheduled for Sept. 25-27 is full, with 128 women registered. There is a lengthy waiting list, and applications are no longer bei ... Read More


Limited personal fireworks to be allowed, depending on weather
WEBBER -- The fireworks display normally scheduled for the July 4th holiday weekend at Lovewell State Park has been cancelled. Tentative plans are to allow individual legal fireworks in the Pioneer Playground Area only on July 3 and 4 from dusk to 11 p.m.
Dry conditi ... Read More