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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...

We must be vigilant to preserve our hunting traditions

As reported in High Plains Journal. Many avid hunters are already planning for deer season, which begins Oct. 2 for bowhunters and Nov. 7...

KDWP Biologists Seek Help From Migratory Game Bird Hunters

PRATT – “Did you hunt geese, dove, or ducks last year? If yes, how many did you bag?” This is just one of a...

Bearproofing your home

Help Keep Bears Wild Black bears have lived in the foothills and forests of Colorado since long before the pioneers arrived. Today black bears are trying...

Perch vs. Percidae: How-To Catch Walleye & Saugeye

IDENTIFICATION You've maybe heard common Oklahoma sunfish, such as bluegill and redear, referred to as "perch", but did you know that they are not in...

How to Protect Wildlife from Contaminated Seed

Neonicotinoid pesticides and aflatoxins contaminate grains frequently used to feed or bait wildlife. Care should be taken to reduce the risk of toxicity in...

KDWP Biologists Seek Help From Migratory Game Bird Hunters

PRATT – “Did you hunt geese, dove, or ducks last year? If yes, how many did you bag?” This is just one of a...

Fifty Fish Factoids

From popular lakes to secret fishing holes, public docks to private ponds, and boat ramps to shorelines, anglers have been hitting Oklahoma's waters and are sharing amazing photos of their...

KU News Media Advisory: Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute to deliver customized water safety course to Kansas Rowing, area coaches

Headlines Contact: Hannah Lemon, KU Edwards Campus, 913-897-8755, [email protected] Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute to deliver customized water safety course to Kansas Rowing, area coaches LAWRENCE...

Safety—Mosquitos  

Safety—Mosquitos   If the heat and humidity were not bad enough, add insects to the list of nuisances and the Kansas summer can get long. Mosquitos are bugs known to be carriers...
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