• Raccoon (Procyon lotor)

    Raccoon (Procyon lotor)

  • River Otter

    River Otter

    River Otter Academy

  • Mule Deer

    Mule Deer


  • Cougar


    Art G. (Flickr)

  • Cedar Waxwing

    Cedar Waxwing

    by Ted Beringer

  • Muskrat


    by Peter Stahl

  • Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle


  • Western Meadowlark

    Western Meadowlark (Sturnella neglecta)

    by Mia McPherson

  • Red Harvester Ant

    Red Harvester Ant Queen

    Photo by Alex Wild Photography


As an affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, KWF is the organization in Kansas that:logo2

  1. Advocates for wildlife, sportsmen, environmental educators and outdoor enthusiasts;
  2. Provides information and education about conservation and management issues; and
  3. Conserves and protects Kansas wildlife and its habitat.

Our current priority is to introduce youth, the future stewards of the earth, to the rewards and satisfaction of getting outdoors and becoming engaged with nature.

Recommended: Hummingbirds Plus - Migration, Feeding, Bird Feeders

Archived Kansas Animals

These are selected photos from previously posted Kansas Animals that were featured every two weeks during the past year. We will
also include Kansas plants that are part of the Kansas landscape.

Kansas Ecosystems

Map Showing the Ecoregions of Kansas Compiled by Several Agencies Including the Kansas Biological Survey, Kansas Geological Survey and many others. We will eventually describe all the distinct regions on this website beginning initially with the Central Great Plains.


Kansas Integrated Roadside Management

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