A Pocket Guide to Kansas
Threatened & Endangered Species

The information you will find within
the Kansas Wildlife Refuge is adapted from
"A Pocket Guide to Kansas
Threatened and Endangered Species"
.

Publication of this informative and comprehensive booklet has been underwritten by the Kansas Chickadee Checkoff Program, the Westar Energy Green Team, and the Kansas chapter of the Nature Conservancy. It is published by the Friends of the Great Plains Nature Center.

The co-authors are Ed Miller, the Endangered Species Program Coordinator for the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism and Bob Gress, former Director of the Great Plains Nature Center and co-founder of www.BirdsInFocus.com.

The purpose of the Pocket Guide and the Kansas Wildlife Refuge is to promote greater understanding and awareness of these unique animals and plants and their importance to the Kansas environment.

The Second Edition of the Pocket Guide to Kansas Threatened and Endangered Species is available as a pdf download.  The species accounts within the Kansas Wildlife Refuge will be updated with the new information as time permits.

Check out the other GPNC Pocket Guides!

The Pocket Guide to Kansas Raptors
is online as the RAPTOR'S ROOST.

The Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Mammals is online as the MAMMAL'S DEN.

The Pocket Guide to Kansas Snakes
is online as the SNAKE'S BURROW.

The Pocket Guide to Great Plains Shorebirds is online as the PEEP'S PUDDLE.

The Pocket Guide to Kansas Freshwater Mussels is online as the MUSSEL BED.

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.

Pick up your copy of
A Pocket Guide to Kansas

Threatened & Endangered Species

or any of our other pocket guides
at the Great Plains Nature Center.

Individual copies may be picked up for free
at our front desk.

Copies can be mailed to you for
$3.00 each, postpaid. 
Make your check out to:
"Friends of the GPNC"
and mail it to:
Owl's Nest Gift Shop
Great Plains Nature Center
6232 E. 29th Street N.
Wichita, KS 67220

Be sure to specify which guide(s) you are ordering and include your full mailing address!

The Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Spiders is available as a pdf download.

The Pocket Guide to Kansas Stream Fishes is available as a pdf download.

The Pocket Guide to Kansas Red Hills Wildflowers is available as a pdf download.

This GPNC Pocket Guide was made possible with financial support from the following sponsors:

Chickadee Checkoff logo- The Chickadee Checkoff program is a voluntary donation program for nongame projects sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. Kansas taxpayers are able to contribute on their individual state income tax form. Donations can also be made by sending a check to Chickadee Checkoff Program, 512 SE 25th Ave., Pratt, KS 67124. Since 1980, the Chickadee Checkoff program has distributed over $4 million to projects that help endangered species, assist in reintroduction efforts of sensitive species, supports wildlife education projects at schools and nature centers, and supports hundreds of other nongame conservation projects.

- 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

Nature Conservancy logo The Nature Conservancy's mission is to preserve plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. Our effective and pragmatic solutions have enabled The Nature Conservancy to protect more than 92 million acres of land around the world. In Kansas the Conservancy has acquired and manages more than 56,600 acres of biologically rich and diverse wildlife habitats. For more information, contact The Nature Conservancy in Kansas at (785) 233-4400, by email at kansas@tnc.org or visit our web site.

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Kansas Wildlife Refuge
Text: Ed Miller and Bob Gress
Range Maps and Web Design: Jim Mason

Questions or comments?  Send Email to Jim Mason Spidey
Or write us at: 
Great Plains Nature Center
6232 E. 29th Street North
Wichita, KS 67220-2200             Call:  316-683-5499            Fax:  316-688-9555