Outdoors calendar (Nov. 3)

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Saturday — Cranes and Geese Field Trip, Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, Wichita Audubon Society, 3 p.m., Quivira headquarters. Call 316-942-2164.

Nov. 15 — Moonlight Hike, Chaplin Nature Center, 8:30 p.m. Call 620-442-4133.

Nov. 21 — “Native Plants and Where to Find Them,” Krista Dahlinger, Wichita Audubon Society, Great Plains Nature Center, 7 p.m.


Through April 15 — Trout season


Jan. 9 — Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism commission meeting, Winfield.


Below is the basic listing of hunting seasons. Please check regulations for boundary, limits and permit requirements at www.kdwpt.state.ks.us.

Year-around — Rabbit season.

Ends Sunday — Canada and light goose season (first segment)

Ends Sunday — Low plains southeast zone duck season (first segment)

Ends next Sunday — Dove season (second segment)

Through Dec. 1 — Low plains early zone duck season (first segment)

Through Dec. 29 — White-fronted goose season (first segment)

Through Dec. 29 — Low plains late zone duck season (first segment)

Through Dec. 31 Archery deer season.

Through Feb. 28 Squirrel season.

Wednesday-Jan. 2 — Sandhill crane season.

Wednesday-Feb. 9 — Canada and light goose season (second segment.)

Saturday-Jan. 31 Pheasant season.

Saturday-Jan. 31 Quail season.

Nov. 16-Dec. 31 Prairie chicken season (southwest zone)

Nov. 16-Jan. 26 — Low plains southeast

Dec. 4-15 — Firearms deer season.

Dec. 21-Jan. 5 — Low plains early zone duck season (second segment)

Jan. 1-12 — Whitetail antlerless-only season.

Jan. 1-19 Whitetail antlerless-only season (Units 7, 8 and 15)

Jan. 18-26 — Low plains late zone duck season (second segment)

Feb. 1-9 — White-fronted goose season (second segment)

Feb. 10-April 30 Special conservation white goose season.

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