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Where to Hunt on Federal Land in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri

Hunting is a favorite hobby of many enthusiasts. If you are like many other hunters, you are looking for new, unique, and exciting places to hunt. In this article, we will discuss different federal land areas that allow hunting. However, it is important to remember that each state has their own sets of rules and regulations when it comes to hunting on their land. This land is typically designated as a wildlife refuge therefore; there are many laws that protect certain species of animals.
Here in this article, we will cover the areas of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri.
Kansas
Established by to provide protection to hardwood forests in 1908, the Overflow National Wildlife Refuge is located in Parkdale, …

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The “Sunflower” State- Kansas

The State of Kansas in the United States is named after a river with the same name, which flows through it. It has also been called “Midway” or Central State because of its geographic location in the United States. Though there are several nicknames given to this state, the most notable one is the “Sunflower” State because of the presence of a large number of sunflower plantations all across the state. Moreover, the sunflower is also the state’s official flower and is the floral emblem of the state.
History
Historically, this area was the first home to large groups of nomadic Native Americans who used to hunt the bison, which is now the state animal. In 1822, …

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