The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission set the 2018-19 hunting season dates for waterfowl, antelope and elk during its meeting April 26 in Chanute.
Despite being legally blind, Scott Evans can see what most can’t.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will hold its next public meeting March 22 at the Kansas Historical Society History Center, 6425 S.W. 6th Ave. in Topeka.
For those looking to compete in archery, or even just sharpen their bow skills for hunting season, T.H.E. Archery Club at S.W. 97th and Topeka Boulevard in Wakarusa unveiled its 2018 shoot schedule recently.
If it seems like the lineup for the 2018 Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show is all over the map, it’s because it is — by design.
“Yes, there is something at the show for all those that love Kansas outdoors,” said Phil Taunton, organizer and host of the What’s in Outdoors radio program on KVOE-AM (1400) in Emporia.
With 98 percent of Kansas land privately owned, it sometimes can be a challenge to find a spot to hunt — especially in more populated areas.
Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Mo., was recently named America’s Best New Attraction after it was voted on by readers from a list of nominees by USA Today.
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The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct its first public meeting of 2018 on Jan. 11 in Milford.
KDWPT: Many Kansas hunting, fishing licenses to become valid for 365 days after purchase; auto-enroll feature added
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism on Wednesday announced a new auto-renew feature for the purchase of hunting and fishing licenses that will be available for 2018, as well as a change in how long certain licenses will remain valid.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.