Management, waterfowl outlook, regulations changes will be discussed
ST. PAUL — On Aug. 25, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will conduct a public meeting to discuss the past, present, and future management of Neosho Wildlife Area. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Osage Mission Neosho County Museum in St. Paul. The public is encouraged to attend.
Topics of discussion will include habitat conditions at the wildlife area, expected fall flight forecast, final results of the 2010 waterfowl season, changes to waterfowl zones and regulations for this season, and management plans for the future.
The special early teal season runs Sept. 10-25, and the opening date for the regular waterfowl season is Nov. 5 in the Low Plains Southeast Unit, which encompasses Neosho Wildlife Area. More details on duck units and waterfowl dates will be discussed at the meeting.