To download these files:
- On a Windows system, right-click on the links and choose “Save Target As” to save them to your hard drive, then open them from there.
- On a Mac, use command-click. The rules, regulations, and background materials are in PDF format. If you don’t have the software to
use these files already, you can get it for free from Adobe.
- 2016 – 2017: Tallgrass Prairie
- 2018-2019: Woodlands
- 2020 – 2021: Shortgrass Prairie
- 2022 – 2023: Wetlands/Aquatic
- 2017 – 2018: Reptiles & Amphibians
- 2019 – 2020: Birds
- 2021 – 2022: Mammals
- 2023 – 2024: Invertebrates
If you won scholarship money at any of the Eco-Meets and are now ready to claim your winnings, download the appropriate form, fill it out and send it in. You must send in separate forms for regional and state scholarship money.
Choose the relevant event:
New checklists for 2017:
These lists are unchanged:
Note: Plant lists are not all-inclusive. Other species unique to each event’s location may be used.
- Kansas Mammal Atlas
- Kansas Herp Atlas
- Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
- Introduction to Grasses
- Crayfish in Kansas
- Freshwater Mussels in Kansas
- Flora and Fauna of the Great Plains
PDF Versions of the Great Plains Nature Center (GPNC) Pocket Guides
- “Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Mammals”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Threatened and Endangered Species”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Raptors”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Snakes”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Freshwater Mussels”
- “Pocket Guide to Great Plains Shorebirds”
- “Pocket Guide to Great Plains Waterbirds”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Flit Hills Wildflowers”
- “Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Butterflies”
- “Pocket Guide to Common Kansas Backyard Birds”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Red Hills Wildflowers”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Stream Fishes”
- “Pocket Guide to Kansas Spiders”
Please check back in August.