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Habitat Specialists Available To Assist Local Landowners

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As hunting season approaches, Pheasants Forever, and Quail Forever remind landowners that habitat specialists are available, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.  They may assist with planning, implementing, and developing wildlife habitat management projects.  Planting native grasses, performing prescribed burns, and other practices can aid in maximizing native areas that foster wildlife.  Alex Thornberg is the ... Read More »

Wildlife checkpoints in NE Kansas

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The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism along with local law enforcement officials will be conducting joint checkpoints in Northeast Kansas in early December.  These checkpoints are intended to enforce state and federal wildlife laws and state’s driver’s licensing laws.  There will be two stages of checkpoints.  The first stage will be local officials checking that drivers are properly ... Read More »

Outdoor Sports Speaker Clark To Present At Blue Rapids Museum

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The kick-off speaker for the “Outdoor Sports” exhibit at the Blue Rapids Museum will be Brent Clark, a wildlife biological technician for the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. He is knowledgeable about wildlife diversity and habitat requirements. Clark will also speak about the Walk in Hunting and WHIP “Wildlife Habitat Implementation Program”. His collection of objects for display ... Read More »

Mountain Lion Roaming Nemaha County

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Kansas officials have verified another mountain lion. It‘s the state‘s fifth confirmed sighting since 2007. Before that, the last official verification of a mountain lion in the state occurred in 1904. Officials with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks learned about the Nemaha County photos last week. Matt Peek of the department says a staff biologist inspected the area ... Read More »