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Waterfowl Wonderland

 

 As the sun rises over the water, the silhouettes of the decoys begin to take shape, contrasted with the muted pinks and blues in the sky. Huddled in a brush-covered blind, we impatiently wait for the first birds of the morning, hearing their calls long before we can see them. The birds have been flying consistently, and with greater numbers each day. Even though the temperature is close to freezing this morning, enthusiasm is still running rampant. 

Posted on January 8, 2013 9:23AM by Elizabeth Peterson

Kansas: A Migratory Destination

 As part of the Central Flyway, an established migration route for waterfowl through the Great Plains region, Kansas lays claim to some impressive waterfowl hunting opportunities. As the weather starts cooling down for the year and the migratory birds start flying south, the waterfowl populations in Kansas start growing.

Posted on December 13, 2012 2:06PM by Elizabeth Peterson

Kansas Pheasant Hunting

It was just getting light, and we were last in a line of four vehicles slowing down along a sepia-shaded stubble field to our right. Dust lingered in the air, creating red halos around the taillights ...

Posted on November 24, 2011 3:07PM by Mike Miller


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