Discussion and public comments on long-term habitat and wildlife management plans at the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge are planned for Tuesday evening at the Great Plains Nature Center.
When Phil Taunton follows a bird dog through a field or casts a line into his favorite fishing lake, it always brings back fond memories of time spent with his dad.
Five state parks in western Kansas will have short-term parking created so customers can leave campers at the sites instead of hauling them home before returning the next weekend.
With what looks like a small solar panel on the bill of his cap, Clay Dixon is easy to notice on the water.
An update on the state-of-the art fish ladder and canoe chute at Wichita’s Lincoln Street bridge is scheduled for Thursday’s Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission meeting at the Great Plains Nature Center.
Roger Dakin was a happy man early Saturday morning.
Great weather and improved wild turkey populations across central Kansas led to impressive success rates Friday and Saturday at the Governor’s Annual Turkey Hunt in El Dorado.
The good news is that Friday morning Gov. Sam Brownback got his first turkey after three years of trying.
Gov. Sam Brownback will be hoping the third time is indeed the proverbial charm when he takes to the south-central Kansas turkey woods Friday morning.
A snapping tail telegraphed Winnie’s joy as she bounded over grassy hills and bulled her way through gnarly jungles of wild plums as she seined the air with her nose.
A Kansas couple have his and her fishing records.
On boyhood campouts, the property nourished Bill Johnson’s body. Fish for breakfast were caught in a crystal-clear stream. Sweet-tasting spring water gushed from the ground.
Colorado’s Fred and Michele Eichler will be will be celebrity hunters at the Governor’s Turkey Hunt in El Dorado.