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KDWPT Maintains Key Role in Lesser Prairie Chicken Conservation Despite Proposed Federal Listing

PRATT – Kansas is home to the most extensive remaining range and largest population of lesser prairie chickens in the U.S. However, despite the...

Kansas Teen Wins 2021 National Junior Duck Stamp Contest

PRATT— A Kansas teen has won the prestigious 2021 National Junior Duck Stamp Contest, marking the first time a Kansan has won since the...

KDWPT Commission to Host Virtual Meeting April 29

PRATT – The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will vote on the 2021-2022 waterfowl season recommendations at its April 29 virtual meeting. Tom...

Walleye Initiative Leads to Higher Survival Rate, More Opportunities for Kansas Anglers

PRATT – In March, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) fisheries biologists and other staff collected nearly 100 million walleye eggs. Thanks to...

Walleye Initiative Leads to Higher Survival Rate, More Opportunities for Kansas Anglers

PRATT – In March, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) fisheries biologists and other staff collected nearly 100 million walleye eggs. Thanks to...

The Latest from Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism News

Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission to Meet Virtually on March 25 PRATT – Overcrowding concerns at public waterfowl hunting areas will be one...

Kansas Wildscape Foundation Announces New Executive Director

LAWRENCE –The Kansas Wildscape Foundation recently announced the appointment of Marc Murrell as the organization’s new executive director. Murrell began work on March 8,...

The Latest from Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism News

Popular Moss Ball Product Poses Threat to Kansas Waters EMPORIA – Invasive zebra mussels have been found in "moss balls,” an aquarium plant product sold...

KDWPT Game Wardens Bring Four Wildlife Violators to Justice

PRATT – Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s (KDWPT) Law Enforcement staff continue to make great strides in bringing wildlife poachers to justice,...

Donate a Portion of Your Tax Return to Support Kansas Wildlife

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