Hunting News
  • KDWPT to Suspend Sales of Nonresident Turkey Permits
    PRATT – In an effort to protect the health of Kansans and prevent the spread of COVID-19, Governor Laura Kelly, with the support of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), is suspending sales of general nonresident turkey permits effective immediately. The suspension is made possible via Executive Order No. 20-21, signed t ... Read More
  • KDWPT-managed Dove Fields Make Ideal Hunting Spots
    PRATT – The 2019 Kansas dove hunting season begins September 1 and opportunity awaits. More than 50 fields managed specifically for dove hunting by Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) staff will open to the public beginning next week. See the complete list here: ... Read More
  • Youth Dove Hunts Planned for Opening Day
    PRATT – The 2019 dove season opens on Sept. 1 and there is no better time to introduce youth to hunting. Aside from a proper-fitting shotgun, a good supply of shotgun shells, and a mentor, special equipment isn’t needed. Better yet, you won’t have to battle the bitter winter temperatures that are sure to come with later hunting seasons.Several ... Read More