It’s all at your fingertips in the 2017 Spring Turkey Hunting Atlas.
Add in a little adventurous spirit and you’re ready to go..
There you’ll find a list of events scheduled to date, along with locations and contact information.
Activities offered include hiking, biking and equestrian trails; disc golf; volleyball; horseshoes; a state-of-the-art shooting range; and archery range.
Learn more about Tuttle Creek State Park at call the park office at 785-539-7941. The Kids’ Tent will have activities and crafts for youngsters, and all visitors will be treated to hot chocolate and popcorn courtesy of the Milford Friends.
Eagle Day will feature a series of educational programs at the Milford Nature Center: “Raptors” at a.m., a.m. For more information, contact the Milford Nature Center, 785-238-5323 or the U. Army Corps of Engineers Milford Office, 785-238-5714. And be on the lookout for notices of other eagle day events at lakes near you. But unfilled 2016 deer permits can still be used to put venison in the freezer this January. 1, 2017, all 2016 unfilled deer permits convert to Whitetail Antlerless-Only (WAO) permits; however, unit restrictions listed on the permits are still in effect.
Other eagle day events will occur at various locations during the month of January, including the Kaw Valley Eagle Days at Lawrence Free State High School, Jan. Additional WAO permits can still be purchased, and after Dec.
You’ve been lucky enough to have a deer come within range. You take a moment, delight in your efficient and ethical shot placement, and breathe a sigh of relief. It’s voluntary, will just take a moment, and it will keep you legal during transport if you don’t have an either-sex permit and want to bone your deer out in the field.
Kansas regulations require a hunter to tag a deer before it’s moved from the kill site.
The first WAO permit a hunter purchases is valid statewide (except Unit 18) on private land with landowner permission and on public lands.