Ken Klemm, a Sherman County rancher, studies the prairie grass that the lesser prairie chicken uses as a habitat on his 4,000-acre ranch north of Goodland.
Ken Klemm, a Sherman County rancher, studies the prairie grass that the lesser prairie chicken uses as a habitat on his 4,000-acre ranch north of Goodland. The Wichita Eagle
Ken Klemm, a Sherman County rancher, studies the prairie grass that the lesser prairie chicken uses as a habitat on his 4,000-acre ranch north of Goodland. The Wichita Eagle

Lesser prairie chicken designation ruffles feathers in western Kansas

May 24, 2014 06:39 PM

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