A wild turkey in Scott City, Kansas, in February 2019.

Statehouse Briefs: Fall turkey season suspended in Kansas after population declines

Kansas hunters can no longer hunt turkeys during the fall, state wildlife officials announced Friday. The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission made the decision based on recommendations from staff members. “We’ve documented consistent declines in turkey populations over the last 15 years largely due to reduced production levels,” Kent Fricke, Kansas Department of Wildlife and ...
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