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Kansas Pheasant Hunting News

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FREE TRAP SHOOT AT GLEN ELDER NOV. 7
GLEN ELDER — On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks will conduct an event designed to lure more youth and novice hunters into the field. The Glen Elder Youth Shooting Challenge will begin at 1 p.m. and run through 4:30 p.m. at the Glen Elder Wildlife Area Office, just south of the US. Highway 24 and Kansas Highway 128 junction, approximately 1 mile west of Glen Elder.

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QUAIL FOREVER CHAPTER TO CONDUCT YOUTH HUNT
STERLING — On Nov. 7, the Heartland Pioneer Chapter of Quail Forever will sponsor a youth hunt at Dr. Jack Mull’s wildlife preserve, approximately 12 miles east of Sterling. Experienced instructors and bird dogs will safely guide young hunters on a pheasant and quail hunt. The event will reinforce hunter education concepts, and participants will learn how to hunt in a line and behind trained bird dogs.

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YOUTH LONG TAIL FEATHER CONTESTS HIGHLIGHT NOV. 7-8 YOUTH PHEASANT SEASON
NORTON — The Longspur Chapter of Pheasants Forever (PF) in Norton challenges all area youth 16 and younger to enter the long tail feather contest following the 2009 youth pheasant and quail season, Nov. 7-8. Participants are asked to pluck the longest tail feather on the birds they bag and bring them to End Zone Sports and Office Supplies in Norton to enter the contest. Resident entrants have a chance to win a Kansas Lifetime Hunting license..

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YOUTH TO GET FIRST SHOT AT PHEASANT AND QUAIL NOV. 7-8
PRATT — The 2009 upland bird hunting forecast is one of the best in the past 20 years. Wherever hunters and others connected to the land meet, conversation revolving around pheasant and quail hunting is animated, and that's good news for Kansas youth.

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KANSAS HUNTERS LOOKING FOR AN EXCELLENT UPLAND BIRD SEASON
A mild winter and ideal nesting conditions should spell more birds

PRATT — Farmers are saying it, and hunters who have driven country roads this summer and early September are backing them up: the 2009 Kansas upland bird season should very good. Now the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has completed its summer brood count survey, and the results of the agency's Upland Bird Hunting Forecast mirror the coffee-shop predictions..

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4TH ANNUAL DARRELL BROWN MEMORIAL YOUTH UPLAND HUNT OCT. 24
36 youngsters to be given chance to hunt chukars; Oct. 13 registration deadline
HAYS — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP), in cooperation with Pheasant Runn and the Hunting Heritage Group, Inc.(HHG), will host the third annual youth upland hunt in memory of former youth hunt volunteer Darrell Brown.

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BUTTERFLY ROYALTY VISITING KANSAS
PRATT — September is the month to watch for masses of migrating monarch butterflies in Kansas. The weather has cooled, and many people are seeing this regal butterfly in backyards, parks, and in the field. A familiar and popular insect species, monarch migratory behavior is much like that of birds. Navigating on instinct, every monarch east of the Rocky Mountains flies toward a specific area of central Mexico to spend the winter.

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NATIONAL HUNTING AND FISHING DAY SEPT. 26
PRATT — The 38th Annual National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) — designated by Congressional decree and Presidential Proclamation — will be held Sept. 26. The event is a nationwide celebration of hunters and anglers and their contributions to conservation.

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KDWP WILDLIFE AREAS BECKON DOVES, HUNTERS
The Sept. 1 opening of dove season is fast approaching, and as hunters begin scouting places to hunt, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is putting the finishing touches on fields managed to make the hunter's job easier.

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Kansas DWP Makes Changes To Dove Season
The Commission approved 2009 dove season recommendations that create a shift in dove management frameworks resulted in a change in the Kansas dove season from recent years.

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Kansas Makes $1 Million Pledge to Pheasants Forever
Pheasants Forever (PF) and Quail Forever (QF) have announced a $1 million pledge from Duayne Madl, 59, of Lake Quivira, to PF's Grassroots Conservation Campaign. A Patron Member of PF and a QF member, Madl made the generous financial commitment because of his strong belief in the wildlife habitat conservation mission of PF/QF.

A lifelong Kansan, Madl grew up on a dairy farm outside of Lawrence. He still remembers shooting his first quail with a single barrel .410 shotgun, and his early adventures in the outdoors grew into a lifelong passion for upland bird and waterfowl hunting.

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Kansan Makes $1 Million Pledge to Pheasants Forever
Lake Quivira, Kans. - June 2, 2009 - Pheasants Forever (PF) and Quail Forever (QF) announce a $1 million pledge from Duayne Madl, 59, of Lake Quivira, Kansas to PF's Grassroots Conservation Campaign . A Patron Member of PF and a QF member, Madl made the significant financial commitment because of his strong belief in the wildlife habitat conservation mission of PF/QF.

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February Geese Keep Hunters Afield Through Late Winter
Late winter offers plenty of hunting; snow geese may be taken through April 30
PRATT -- Abundant numbers of Canada, white-fronted, and snow geese are keeping many waterfowl hunters afield this February.

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Winter and spring weather extremes negatively affected some areas “Good to excellent.” That’s the general prognosis for pheasant, quail, and prairie ...

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Upland Bird Regional Forecast Kansas Regional Map Kansas is divided into five regions for KDWP administrative purposes. Each region has a full-service regional office, as well as numerous local and district offices. General Information Several maj...

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KANSAS UPLAND BIRD HUNTING PREDICTION ‘GOOD TO EXCELLENT’
Winter and spring weather extremes negatively affected some areas

“Good to excellent.” That’s the general prognosis for pheasant, quail, and prairie chicken hunting in Kansas this fall. However, there are some areas where the prospects are not so g...

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Thirty-two percent decline rangewide, but wet spring could mean good reproduction PRATT -- Each spring, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) conducts a survey of pheasants throughout their range in the Sunflower State. As the mating se...

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Weigh in on the Changes to Kansas Bird Hunting Season Dates Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks Blog For Immediate Release Contact: Kansas Dep. Wildlife & Parks, P.O. Box 338, Hays, KS 67601 Kansas - November 10th - The Kansas Department of Wi...

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The Kansas City Star Kansas hunters celebrated the resiliency of the pheasant Saturday Just three years ago, many worried about the game bird's future. Pheasant numbers were down sharply in the midst of a drought, and it showed during the hunting...

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Kansas bags big cash for pheasant season Joe Sheeran Eyewitness News Thursday, November 11, 2004 Thousands of hunters will fly home from Kansas this weekend on an extra set of wings. Pheasant season opens this weekend. Thirty-five percent of the...

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