Women's workshop scheduled in Topeka
Women in the Outdoors will conduct a handgun workshop next Saturday at the Capital City Gun Club west of Topeka.
For information, call Debi Feyh at (785) 640-5653 or Ellen Benitz at (816) 261-4353.
Each year, Wildlife and Parks offers a number of special hunts on its land. Hunters looking for high-quality hunting experiences are encouraged to explore the variety offered by these special hunts. There is no charge, but applications are due by next Thursday.
Landowners interested in the Wildlife and Parks walk-in hunting area program are reminded that the deadline for enrollment is July 20. The WIHA program, which began in 1995, grew to almost 960,000 acres in 100 counties in 2003.