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Environment and Natural Resources » Wildlife

Displaying 6 to 10 of 38 Publications.

  • MF2975
    MF2975
    Vole Control in Lawns and Landscapes

    Sometimes called meadow mice, voles are compact rodents with short tails (about an inch long), stocky bodies, big heads, and short legs. Their eyes are small and ears partially hidden. They are usually brown or gray. 4 p.

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  • MF2177
    MF2177
    Care and Handling of Game Birds from Field to Table

    Tips on hunting and handling game birds. Field dress (remove entrails and crop) and chill or ice the carcass, remove blood and feathers, refrigerate or freeze before cooking. Includes cooking suggestions and nutritional value.

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  • MF2176
    MF2176
    Care and Handling of Deer from Field to Table

    Tips on hunting and handling game animals.

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  • MF2899
    MF2899
    Forest Management for Wildlife

    Properly managed forests provide habitat for wildlife such as squirrels, deer, turkey, and songbirds. Rabbits, quail, and raptors use the forest edge. 12 p.

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  • MF2702
    MF2702
    Prairie Dog Management

    Black-tailed prairie dogs are large burrowing ground squirrels found in the western two-thirds of Kansas. Control methods include shooting, poisons, and deferred grazing.

    $0.30
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