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PRATT – More than 4,500 birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, crustaceans and mollusks are considered nongame wildlife in Kansas – species that are not...

KDWPT Among First in the Nation to Make Hunting Information Available in Spanish

PRATT – The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism – in partnership with the Kansas Wildlife Federation and the Kansas Hispanic and Latino...

KDWPT Provides Ice Safety Tips

  PRATT – Frozen lakes can be tempting spots for late-winter goose hunters, anglers with an itch to ice fish, and park-goers looking to get...

Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission To Hold First Public Meeting of 2021

PRATT – Creating more quality opportunities for youth hunters will be just one of many items discussed by Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism commissioners...

Reduced Fishing License Fees Approved For 2021

PRATT – Anglers will soon pay less for daily fishing licenses in Kansas, beginning Jan. 1, 2021. On Nov. 19, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks...

KDWPT To Offer Free Chronic Wasting Disease Testing For Deer Hunters

EMPORIA – Deer hunters across Kansas can have deer they harvest during the 2020-2021 seasons tested for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) free of charge...

Hunters Cautioned To Watch for Harmful Algal Blooms

PRATT – Kansas hunters are urged to remain vigilant to the dangers harmful algal blooms can pose to hunting dogs. Every summer, dogs in...

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