The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks launched a new daily video program March 2 called Kansas Outdoors Today. Kansas outdoor news and resource information will be covered in all aspects by short, news-style video clips on the Kansas Wildlife and Parks website,

The program, which features a new two-to-three minute video each weekday, will highlight such outdoor topics as wildlife, recreation, outdoor issues, resource management, and public lands. Mike Blair, long-time photographer and associate editor of Kansas Wildlife and Parks magazine, will travel across Kansas filming and hosting the daily program.

Kansas Outdoors Today represents Kansas Wildlife and Parks’ commitment to bring up-to-date news and information directly to the public via the Internet. Programming is diverse, with the first week’s topics ranging from urban geese problems, to a new hatchery technique promising bigger reservoir bass and better fishing, to a music video on a turkey hunt. All videos are archived and will remain available for public viewing at any time on the web page.