There’s so much to learn about Kansas, including history, nature, architecture, and more. Where to start?
Choosing only 10 places that represent the Flint Hills at their finest is not simple. Take any road and you will see something breathtaking.
Attracting hummingbirds doesn’t have to be complicated! If you want to enjoy the sight of these tiny creatures, there are two simple ways to put out the welcome mat.
BirdCast, from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, periodically releases migration forecasts to help birdwatchers pick the perfect time to spot that rare bird.
If you plan on doing any birdwatching in Kansas, equip yourself with a checklist first.
My Kansas can make a delightful gift for a fellow Kansan. Or put a copy on your coffee table, conveniently within reach of out-of-state guests.
The green-winged teal (Anas crecca) has the distinction of being the smallest dabbling duck in North America.
Don’t dismiss this drab duck—seeing a Garganey in Kansas is a rare treat.
The northern pintail (Anas acuta) is both unique and graceful. It is among the most common ducks of Kansas, congregating in tremendous flocks during migration.
The northern shoveler (Spatula clypeata) is named for its odd-looking bill. Although this appendage makes the duck look slightly ridiculous, it has its uses.