Lesser prairie chicken next in line on endangered species list

Jul 27, 2012
A sometimes game bird, the lesser prairie chicken was plentiful long ago. Its range includes parts of Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. But, 50 percent of the current population lives in southwest and south-central Kansas—the only state that still has a lesser prairie chicken hunting season.

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