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Kansas Fisheries Staff Allay Fears With 25-lake Study on Largemouth Bass Virus

Though it’s been 15 years since Largemouth Bass Virus (LMBV) was first identified in a Kansas lake, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP)...

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KDWP Expands Research Footprint with Additional Office in Emporia Contact: Nadia Reimer CMP®, Chief of Public Affairs (785) 338-3036 [email protected] KDWP Expands Research Footprint with Additional Office in...

Application Period Open for Coveted KDWP Commission Big Game Permits

PRATT – Local chapters of nonprofit organizations based or operating in Kansas – that actively promote wildlife conservation and the hunting and fishing heritage...

KDWPT – Trout Season Opens November 1

Trout Season Opens November 1 (785) 338-3036 [email protected] Trout Season Opens November 1 PRATT – The wait is almost over for Kansas anglers eagerly waiting for the Nov....

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Forecast Looks Promising for Kansas’ 2021 Upland Bird Seasons PRATT – November 13 marks the opening day for Kansas’ regular quail and pheasant seasons, and...

Public Comment Encouraged on Proposed Agreements to Protect 14 Aquatic Species in Kansas

PRATT - The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) seek public comments on a proposed programmatic...

KDWP Law Enforcement Division Awarded Anti-Poaching Grant

PRATT ­– Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) announced today that its Law Enforcement Division has been awarded a $10,000 grant from International...

Researchers Discover Undocumented Crayfish Species in Kansas

PRATT – Widespread sampling for invasive crayfish had never occurred in Kansas lakes – that is, until the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks...

Commission Approves Waterfowl Regulations on Select Public Lands

PRATT – The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission met June 17, 2021 at the Great Plains Nature Center in Wichita for their first...

Blue Catfish Tagging Project Continues at Tuttle Creek Reservoir

PRATT – Blue catfish are native to major river basins in eastern Kansas and can reach massive sizes; in fact, the current state record...

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