Michael Pearce

January 3, 2010 12:00 AM

Prairie chicken population holding its own in Kansas

EDWARDS COUNTY — The first flock of lesser prairie chickens flushed near where Tom Turner parked his truck when we arrived Thursday morning. The last pair sailed from sight as we were leaving late that afternoon.

Michael Pearce

The Eagle's outdoor reporter highlights the latest hunting, fishing and wildlife news.

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