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KDWPT addresses landowner concerns surrounding elk management

PRATT – A shift in Kansas’ elk hunting season dates and management units will address local landowner concerns of crop damage caused by elk. At their June 21 public hearing at the Great Plains Nature Center in Wichita, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism commissioners voted in favor of moving the harvest season opener from Sept. 1 to Aug. 1 and reducing the size of Unit 2 – the unit that includes and provides a protective buffer around Fort Riley – to provide landowners with more options for controlling elk numbers on their land.
A firearms season from Aug. 1-31 will allow ...


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