Once nearly extirpated from state, Kansas boasts healthy bald eagle population
PRATT -- Each winter, bald eagles migrate into Kansas, providing bird watchers the chance to observe one of the nation's most spectacular birds. To improve opportunities to view the U.S. national symbol, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks ( ... Read More
Program supports government/landowner projects to enhance habitat;
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks will have $667,000 available for landowners
WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced nearly $19 million in competitive funding for fish and wildlife agencies in 37 states, Puerto Ric ... Read More
KDWP natural resource officer captures well-traveled animal in Barton County
GREAT BEND -- A lynx that had spent the last few weeks wandering much of western Kansas has been returned to its southwestern Colorado home range.
The wandering lynx was sighted Nov. 22 at Smoky Valley Ranch, a Nature Conservancy property lo ... Read More