THREE NAMED TO KANSAS HUNTER EDUCATION HALL OF FAME
PLAY 18 AT ELK CITY STATE PARK'S NEW GOLF COURSE
FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE SURVEY COUNTS MORE DUCKS IN 2009
3RD ANNUAL TJ’S MEMORIAL YOUTH DEER HUNT SCHEDULED FOR SEPT. 12-13
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Two Wildlife and Parks employees, one businessman newest inductees
PRATT -- The Kansas Hunter Education Instructor Association (KHEIA) -- an independent group of volunteer instructors -- has recently inducted three people to the Kansas Hunter Education Hall of Fame. Stacy Hageman, Zenda; Wayne Doyle, Pratt; and George Peterson, Topeka ... Read More


Par-three course provides added dimension to park experience
ELK CITY STATE PARK -- "Drive for show, putt for dough," is an old golf adage, and as a rule of thumb this principle applies to golf's short game in general. For those who love state parks and would like to sharpen their short game, Elk City State Park's new 3-par ... Read More


Promising outlook could mean continuation of liberal duck seasons
WASHINGTON, DC -- The preliminary estimate of total ducks from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's (USFWS) 2009 Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey was 42 million, which is 13 percent greater than last year’s estimate and 25 percent greater than the 1955- ... Read More


Ten youth to be selected by drawing; application deadline Aug. 12
ELLIS -- Thanks to the success of last year's TJ’s Memorial Youth Deer Hunt, Hunting Heritage Group and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) will host another youth deer hunt during the special youth and disabled hunting season (Sept. 12-20). This year, th ... Read More