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Keeping mosquitoes in check

Jacob Klaudt K-State Research and Extension news service Recent warming temperatures and wet weather patterns have created ideal conditions for mosquitoes, said Kansas State University entomologist...

Boat safe this summer with these top tips

With the kickoff to summer rapidly approaching, Nebraska Game and Parks reminds boaters to brush up on safety rules in preparation for peak boating...

Monarch butterflies just took a big hit. Midwesterners may see few of them this year

Celia Llopis-Jepsen Kansas New Service Butterfly enthusiasts in the eastern half of North America will have to look harder this spring and summer to spot the...

Topeka Angler Sets New Kansas Record for Crappie

Topeka resident, Bobby Parkhurst, was fishing at Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 2 when the catch-of-a-lifetime came into contact with his lure. Little did...

Free Deer Tags May Cost More Than We Think

All Kansas sportsmen should be very concerned about a new bill that has been introduced in our legislature. House Bill 2079 states that the...

9 OF THE BEST HIKES IN KANSAS

By Roots Rated on Oct. 15, 2022 When it comes to hiking, Kansas should be on every outdoor lovers’ list. It’s the ideal place for day hikers or...

First Annual Ark River PF/QF Golf for Youth in the Outdoors

4 Person Scramble Crazy Horse Golf Course Hutchinson, KS September 24, 2022, Check-in starts at 7:30am, 9am Shotgun Start Entry fee $300 per team Free Range Balls Paying out Cash prizes:...

Governor Laura Kelly Announces $24.8 Million for Improvements to Flint Hills Trail

Governor Laura Kelly and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks today announced that Kansas is the recipient of a $24.8 million federal grant,...

Application Period Open for Fall, Winter Special Hunting Opportunities

Kansas City, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is currently accepting applications for 2022-2023 “Special Hunts” – hunts conducted on...

Where Did My Hummingbirds Go?

June and early July is when our Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are nesting in central and eastern Kansas. This year, like many years, homeowners who have...
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