PRATT – Nonresident hunters wishing to check the status of their deer permit application may do so by visiting and clicking  “Licenses/Permits” and then “Search Draw Status.” Hunters can search for their results by inputting their last name and date of birth, or their Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism number a ... Read More

PRATT – Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) staff are hosting a series of informational meetings to hear public input on duck hunting zone boundaries in the Kansas Low Plains Early, Late and Southeast Zones. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend one of the informational nights listed below.Potential changes to the curre ... Read More

PRATT– Landowners interested in sharing the joys of hunting with others, and receiving additional income, are encouraged to enroll in the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s Walk-In Hunting Access (WIHA) program. Enrollment for the fall season is currently open and will close July 15. LandenrolledinWIHA still remains in private o ... Read More

PRATT – Chris Lituma, a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture, had no idea a fleeting trip to Kansas would result in a monumental discovery. Lituma was leading a group of students through a multi-state field study, including a stop in Scott City. Friend, and Kansas-native, Mike Hudson, had re ... Read More