PRATT – Kansas Wildlife and Parks magazine staff invite you to enter your favorite outdoor photographs in the 4th annual Wild About Kansas photo contest beginning April 11. Participants can submit up to three photos in select categories including wildlife, other species, hunting and fishing, outdoor recreation, or landscapes. There is no fee to ... Read More

PRATT – At the March 24 Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission public meeting held in Topeka, a number of items were discussed and voted upon, including changes to the Public Lands Regulations reference document, and regulations for antelope, elk and deer hunting. The Secretary’s Orders for deer permit quotas were also presented.PUBLIC L ... Read More

PRATT ­– Beginning April 1, hunters interested in obtaining a nonresident deer permit may begin the online application process by visiting The cost to apply is $454.59 for hunters 16 and older and $121.46 for hunters 15 and younger, including all processing fees. Deadline to apply is April 29. Applying earl ... Read More