Applicants will view results for nonresident deer, resident any-deer, and resident antelope permits on the Wildlife and Parks website PRATT -- Applications for resident Any-Deer permits are due July 14. This permit allows hunters to take a mule deer or a white-tailed deer of either sex. Applications for the resident Any-Deer permit may be ... Read More

Previous findings not supported by long-term monitoring PRATT -- Cheney Reservoir is free of zebra mussels , according to Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) aquatic nuisance species specialist Jason Goeckler. This determination comes following several years of intense monitoring after an independent laboratory in Oklahoma rep ... Read More

Populations of most species growing; wigeon and scaup still on decline PRATT -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has released its preliminary report on western breeding ducks and habitats, based on surveys conducted in May. Overall, breeding duck populations increased 14 percent since last year with an estimated 36.2 million on the ... Read More

Introduction to shooting sports, "Refuse to be a Victim" presentation to highlight event JUNCTION CITY -- On Aug. 5, the Women of the NRA , the NRA foundation, and local Junction City sponsors will conduct an all-day Women on Target clinic at the Geary County Fish and Game Association's Sportman's Acres. The event will run from 8 ... Read More

Scenic Kansas area listed in top 10 travel destinations SUNNYVALE, Ca. -- To mark the 230th anniversary of American independence, the well-know internet website highlighted its top 10 travel destinations in the U.S. It should come as no surprise to Kansans that the Flint Hills ranked number five on the list. According the site's l ... Read More