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Fall Turkey Season Suspended in Kansas

 The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission has suspended the fall turkey season beginning this fall.

 The commission came to the decision over the course of four public meetings due to consistent declines in the turkey populations over the past 15 years. KDWP small game biologist Kent Fricke says the trend is not unique to Kansas and that other state across the Midwest and southeast have experienced similar patterns. The state has reduced the bag limit and the number of days in the fall season over the past five years in hopes of limiting the decline. KDWP is continuing its efforts to reduce the decline through continuing research.

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