From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
-- Many Kansas hunters look forward to the Christmas and New Year holidays as an opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy some of the best hunting of the season. Early January antlerless deer seasons are especially popular for hunters who have not filled a permit or who want to put more deer in the freezer.
Unfilled permits purchased in the fall of 2010 are valid for these seasons, but all hunters should remember that a 2011 Kansas hunting license is also required once the new year begins.
For outdoorsmen and women looking for a holiday hunt, the following season dates remain or will be open in late 2010 and into 2011:
*Fall turkey - Dec. 13-31 and Jan. 10-31;
*Archery Deer - Sept. 20-Dec. 31;
*Extended Firearm Season (whitetail antlerless only, open statewide) - Jan.1-9
*Special Extended Firearm Season (whitetail antlerless only, units 7, 8, and 15 only) - Jan. 10-16
*Extended Archery Season (whitetail antlerless only, Unit 19 only) - Jan. 10-Jan. 31
Detailed information on hunting units, bag and possession limits, and other information, is available in the 2010 Kansas Hunting and Furharvesting Regulations Summary online or wherever licenses are sold.