Kansas Special Hunts Offer Quality Experiences

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SPECIAL HUNTS OFFER QUALITY EXPERIENCES

Application deadline is July 15, 2002

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PRATT -- Hunters looking for a quality hunting experience are encouraged to check into a variety of special hunts offered by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. Dozens of specially-planned hunts for upland birds, waterfowl, deer, and spring 2003 turkey are available by application. There is no charge for the hunts, but applications must be submitted by July 15, 2002.

"Most of these hunts provide opportunities on public areas that are normally closed to hunting," said Robert Barbee, public lands supervisor for KDWP. "By limiting the number of hunters on these areas, we can present a less crowded situation than might normally be encountered on a public wildlife area."

Most of the hunts are open to all hunters, but some are designed specifically to accommodate young or disabled hunters. Descriptions, locations, and hunt dates are outlined in an application booklet available at KDWP offices, county clerk's offices, and most license vendors. The booklet can also be downloaded from the department's website (http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us).
 

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Application deadline is July 15, 2002

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PRATT -- Hunters looking for a quality hunting experience are encouraged to check into a variety of special hunts offered by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. Dozens of specially-planned hunts for upland birds, waterfowl, deer, and spring 2003 turkey are available by application. There is no charge for the hunts, but applications must be submitted by July 15, 2002.

"Most of these hunts provide opportunities on public areas that are normally closed to hunting," said Robert Barbee, public lands supervisor for KDWP. "By limiting the number of hunters on these areas, we can present a less crowded situation than might normally be encountered on a public wildlife area."

Most of the hunts are open to all hunters, but some are designed specifically to accommodate young or disabled hunters. Descriptions, locations, and hunt dates are outlined in an application booklet available at KDWP offices, county clerk's offices, and most license vendors. The booklet can also be downloaded from the department's website (http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us).
 

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Application deadline is July 15, 2002

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PRATT -- Hunters looking for a quality hunting experience are encouraged to check into a variety of special hunts offered by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. Dozens of specially-planned hunts for upland birds, waterfowl, deer, and spring 2003 turkey are available by application. There is no charge for the hunts, but applications must be submitted by July 15, 2002.

"Most of these hunts provide opportunities on public areas that are normally closed to hunting," said Robert Barbee, public lands supervisor for KDWP. "By limiting the number of hunters on these areas, we can present a less crowded situation than might normally be encountered on a public wildlife area."

Most of the hunts are open to all hunters, but some are designed specifically to accommodate young or disabled hunters. Descriptions, locations, and hunt dates are outlined in an application booklet available at KDWP offices, county clerk's offices, and most license vendors. The booklet can also be downloaded from the department's website (http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us).
 

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SPECIAL HUNTS OFFER QUALITY EXPERIENCES

Application deadline is July 15, 2002

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PRATT -- Hunters looking for a quality hunting experience are encouraged to check into a variety of special hunts offered by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. Dozens of specially-planned hunts for upland birds, waterfowl, deer, and spring 2003 turkey are available by application. There is no charge for the hunts, but applications must be submitted by July 15, 2002.

"Most of these hunts provide opportunities on public areas that are normally closed to hunting," said Robert Barbee, public lands supervisor for KDWP. "By limiting the number of hunters on these areas, we can present a less crowded situation than might normally be encountered on a public wildlife area."

Most of the hunts are open to all hunters, but some are designed specifically to accommodate young or disabled hunters. Descriptions, locations, and hunt dates are outlined in an application booklet available at KDWP offices, county clerk's offices, and most license vendors. The booklet can also be downloaded from the department's website (http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us).
 


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