Outdoor calendar (Dec. 29)
12/29/2012 3:51 PM
12/29/2012 3:52 PM
Today — Derby/Belle Plaine Christmas Bird Count, Target parking lot, Derby, 7:30 a.m. Call 316-737-1307.
Through April 15_— Trout season.
Jan. 10 — Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism commission meeting, Butler County Community College, Clifford/Stone Community Center, El Dorado.
Below is the basic listing of hunting seasons. Please check regulations for boundary, limits and permit requirements at www.kdwp.state.ks.us.
Year-around — Rabbit season.
Ends Sunday — Low plains early zone duck season (second segment).
Ends Sunday — Low plains late zone duck season (first segment).
Ends Sunday — White-fronted goose season (first segment).
Through Monday — Archery deer season.
Through Monday — Prairie chicken season, southwest unit.
Through Monday — Fall turkey season. (second segment)
Through Thursday — Sandhill crane season.
Through Jan. 27 — Low plains southeast zone duck season.
Through Jan. 31 — Prairie chicken season, eastern and northwestern units.
Through Jan. 31 — Pheasant and quail season.
Through Feb. 10 — Canada goose season (second segment).
Through Feb. 10 — Light goose season (second segment).
Through Feb. 15 — Trapping season.
Through Feb. 28 — Squirrel season.
Through March 31 — Beaver and otter trapping season.
Tuesday-Jan. 13 — Whitetail antlerless-only deer season.
Jan. 14-20 — Whitetail antlerless-only deer season (Units 7, 8, 15 only).
Jan. 14-31 — Fall turkey season. (third segment)
Jan. 19-27 — Low plains late zone duck season (second segment).
Feb. 2-10 — White-fronted goose season (second segment).
Feb. 10-April 30 — Light goose conservation order.
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