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More than 325 kids tried fishing at Saturday's Wichita Eagle's Kids Fishing Clinic. It was the 10th year the clinic has been part of the Great Plains Nature Center's Walk With Wildlife.
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Brothers Kayden, left, and Andrew Baney show their catches at Saturday's Wichita Eagle Kids Fishing Clinic.
Robyn Seglem takes a shot of 10-year-old Lexy Seglem and the bass she caught at Saturday's Wichita Eagle's Kids Fishing Clinic.
Jessica Mounts of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism instructs kids on how to use fishing equipment.
More than 325 kids participated in the Wichita Eagle's Kids Fishing Clinic. Members of the the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, the Flatland Fly Fishers Club and the Wichita Eagle helped.
Caroline Van Bebber tried holding a bullsnake at Saturday's annual Walk With Wildlife at Chisholm Creek Park.
Chris Berry was one the volunteers who helped with the Great Plains Nature Center's Walk With Wildlife. More than 1,800 people attended this years event.
Eight-year-old Kainoa Cortez enjoyed the chance to play with life crawfish.
Stephanie Kasper, 4, checks out a bowl of tadpoles. She was very disappointed to learn they don't eat cookies.
Nate Mathews of the Kansas Hawking Club shows his Finnish Goshawk to the public.
A Swainson's hawk was one of many birds of prey at the Walk With Wildlife.
A turtle climbed atop a log to watch some of the about 1,800 people passed at the Walk With Wildlife.
Five-year-old Hank Welu approved of the catfish he caught at the kids fishing clinic.
Emerson Hoffman, 3, watches her bobber as she fishes with her father, Adam. She soon caught a sunfish.
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A striped skunk was one of several dozen animals on display the the Annual Walk With Wildlife.
Cheryl Cortez picks up a crawdad at the urging of her son, Kainoa.
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