Tuesday evening Topeka city officials voted to allow regulated hunting opportunities for youth and their mentors within their city limits.
At issue is allowing hunting, mostly for birds, like doves, on a 120 acres of property owned and managed by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.
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Hunting is also allowed within the city limits of Leavenworth and some Kansas City suburbs to control deer numbers. Such are usually for archery deer hunts for a limited number of bowhunters who have passed special qualifications.