KDWP WILDLIFE AREA PLANTINGS ATTRACT DOVES
POACHER SENTENCED IN DEATH OF 18-YEAR-OLD AMERICUS YOUTH
YOUTH, DISABLED HUNTERS NEEDED FOR ASSISTED DEER HUNT
YOUTH/ NOVICE DOVE AREAS AT BRZON AND JAMESTOWN WILDLIFE AREAS
KANSAN RECEIVES QUAIL UNLIMITED REGIONAL GOLDEN QUAIL AWARD
RANGELAND MONITORING AND HEALTH WORKSHOPS COMIN ... Read More


Sunflowers, other crops planted especially for dove season
PRATT -- To enhance dove hunting opportunity, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has managed a number of fields on wildlife areas specifically to attract doves. Management techniques include standing or mowed sunflowers, unharvested strips of wheat and burned crop stu ... Read More


KDWP cautionary video describes incident
PRATT -- Last December, 18-year-old Beau Arndt, Americus, was shot and killed in a layout blind among a large spread of goose decoys. The lethal rifle shot was fired from a road 150 yards away, and a jury decided Theron Kent, Topeka, was responsible. The incident has resulted in the state's fir ... Read More


Youth/disabled deer hunt in its sixth year
MANHATTAN -- The Riley County Fish and Game Association, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP), and the Tuttle Creek Lake Corps of Engineers are seeking participants for the 6th Annual Tuttle Creek Youth/Disabled Deer Hunt, which will be held Sept. 13-14. Youth 16 years old and y ... Read More


First two weeks of season reserved for youth and those who have not had a license in three years
BELLEVILLE -- Fall hunting begins on Sept. 1 when dove season opens, and Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks managers at Brzon and Jamestown wildlife areas, near Concordia, have planted fields to attract doves. For the opening two wee ... Read More


Topeka native honored for leadership in habitat conservation
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Keith Kerns, of the Kaw Valley Quail Unlimited (QU) Chapter in Topeka, was recently recognized as the QU Central Plains Region “Golden Quail” award winner during the QU National Convention in Springfield, Mo. The award is presented by QU Central Plains R ... Read More


Events emphasize compatibility of grazing and wildlife conservation
MCPHERSON -- The Kansas Grazing Lands Coalition (KGLC) will provide two one-day workshops entitled Tracking Pasture Health on Sept. 22 at the Ted Alexander ranch, near Sun City, and Sept. 29 at the Calvin Adams ranch, south of Beloit. Led by Charley Orchard, Land EKG ... Read More