Ticks are always a concern when going into the woods or duck marshes for hunting, but a species of tick not natively found in the continental United States has shown up in nine different states, causing alarm from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Kansas Wetlands Education Center, 592 N.E. K-156 highway in Great Bend, will host its Butterfly Festival from 9 a.m. to noon next Saturday, Sept. 15.
New biodiversity center in Kansas to help propogate, house state’s imperiled aquatic wildlife species
The Kansas Aquatic Biodiversity Center had its grand opening Thursday at the Farlington Fish Hatchery in southeast Kansas.
The heat of summer can lead to some great fishing, but it can also make things miserable out on the water.
I had a wild time fishing last week across Topeka.
I decided to start out by walking along Shunga Creek, hoping to see some bass in the deeper spots after the rains we’ve been having.
During the early season before the spawn, crappie and panfish bites can be difficult to detect at times with traditional methods.
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I received a cool email from Rick Towers recently regarding the Shunga Creek.
As you may recall, I wrote a column earlier this year about my experience fishing on the Shunga — and my surprise when I actually caught some decent bass on it.
The Kansas Wetlands Education Center will host its Butterfly Festival from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 16 in Great Bend.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.