Michael Pearce’s “Taste of the Outdoors” Cookbook contains more than 50 proven recipes mixed with some of Michael’s favorite hunting and fishing stories and photographs from more than 33 years of journalism, encouraging readers to experience the unique flavor of the Kansas Outdoors.
A reminder that Thursday’s Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission meeting, in Fort Scott, can be followed online. The agency provides audio and video of the meetings, and most times the quality is certainly good enough keep viewers informed.
Debbie Dawson has swum with dolphins and in the dark and in water so cold that her body once went numb for the last half-mile of a race. In one open-water race, she encountered a marlin she thought was a shark. Sometimes her blood rushes to her core to the point in which she can't breathe. Or she'll reach her arm into the water and come up with her hand covered in seaweed.
Eagle reporter Roy Wenzl walks the bike path at Chisholm Creek Park near his home almost daily. He uses his iPhone to photograph the vast array of wildlife and plants that make up the area tucked right along K-96. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
Wildflowers, wildlife in Chisholm Creek Park worth a long look