Kansas Wildlife Federation News:
Spring 2021 Newsletter is Here!
Spring has sprung! Crappie fishing, native gardens, and a quick book review. Enjoy! We always welcome your feedback, so feel free to reach out.
Nuestro boletín también incluye artículos escritos en español.
Keep an eye out for caterpillars!
If you see any caterpillars this spring (monarch or not) snap a picture and upload your finding to iNaturalist or the Butterflies and Moths atlas (BAMONA)! Your sightings help further science and is also a good way to help get advice on what you found. Pictured here is a monarch caterpillar, but every sighting is important and you never know what tiny caterpillar is brand new to an area or maybe even an endangered species.
The Social Side of KWF
The Kansas Wildlife Federation is working to expand our social media presence. Give us a like and follow, and share your beautiful outdoors, hunting, and fishing photos and experiences with us using #kansaswildlifefederation
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