PRATT – Kansas is home to 1,438 hunter education instructors – all of whom share a passion for teaching others about Kansas outdoors. They offer their time and expertise for free, organizing and teaching Kansas Hunter Education classes around the state on a volunteer-basis. And while all instructors offer invaluable services, each year there ar ... Read More

PRATT – The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KWPT) Commission approved recommendations for the state’s 2018-2019 waterfowl seasons during the public hearing portion of the Commission’s April 26 meeting in Chanute. The approved season dates are as follows:TEALHigh Plains Unit: Sept. 15-23, 2018Low Plains Zones: Sept. 8-23, 2018YOUTH WATERFOWL ... Read More