Wednesday January 06 2010

Eagle Days
If I witness someone break a wildlife-related law, what should I do?

Write down important information such as license tag, vehicle color and type, and suspect description. Do not confront violators. Call the local natural resource officer, sheriff’s office or Operation Game Thief (OGT) toll-free 1-877- 426-3843 and report the crime, providing details and location. Refer to the Operation Game Thief Report Form page for more information.

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Throughout winter in Kansas, Bald Eagles can be spotted more frequently than usual. Take a look at this video to learn more.

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