A Pocket Guide to Kansas Raptors
The information you will find
The co-authors were Bob Gress, the Director of the Great Plains Nature Center, and Vanessa Avara, Assistant Director at the Milford Nature Center and a Master Falconer.
The purpose of the Pocket Guide and the Raptor's Roost is to help you identify and gain an appreciation for these magnificent birds that live and pass through Kansas.
Check out the other GPNC Pocket Guides!
The Second Edition of the Pocket Guide to Kansas Threatened and Endangered Species is available as a pdf download.
The Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Mammals
The Pocket Guide to Kansas Snakes
The Pocket Guide to Great Plains Shorebirds
The Pocket Guide to Kansas Freshwater Mussels
The Pocket Guide to Great Plains Waterbirds is online as the SHORELINE.
The Pocket Guide to Kansas Flint Hills Wildflowers and Grasses is online as the MEADOW.
The Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Butterflies is available as a pdf download.
The Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Backyard Birds is available as a pdf download.
The Pocket Guide to Kansas Red Hills Wildflowers is available as a pdf download.
Individual copies may be picked up for free
Copies can be mailed to you for
Be sure to specify which guide(s) you are ordering and include your full mailing address!
This GPNC Pocket Guide was made possible with financial support from the following sponsor:
- Westar Energy, Inc.
is the largest utility in Kansas serving nearly 700,000 customers with about 35,000 miles
of transmission and distribution lines. Since 1989, their employees have operated an
environmental team. The Green Team members volunteer hours to improve wildlife habitat
through wetland creation and restoration and native grass and tree planting. They build
bridges and trails and work to protect and reintroduce sensitive plant and animal species.
The Green Team can be contacted at 785-575-8125 or at Ben.Postlethwait@Westarenergy.com
Questions or comments? Send Email to Jim Mason