Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourismlast updated: March 2014

State and federally listed species are protected in Kansas as designated by the Kansas Nongame and Endangered Species Conservation Act of 1975. The act places the responsibility for identifying and undertaking appropriate conservation measures for listed species directly upon the Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism through statutes and regulations. Regulations require the department to issue special action permits for activities that affect species listed as threatened and endangered in Kansas. Department personnel conduct environmental reviews of these proposed activities, and if necessary issue action permits with special conditions that help offset negative effects to listed species and critical habitats.

Contact Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism

Ecological Services Section
512 SE 25th Ave.
Pratt, Kansas  67124
Phone: 620-672-5911
Fax: 620-672-2972


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Kansas

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