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Kansas Migratory Bird Hunting Laws and Regulations

Federal Regulations on Migratory Bird Hunting

Access the Complete Version: Federal Wildlife Service - Migratory Bird Regulations

In the pursuit of hunting migratory game birds, it is crucial to adhere to the stipulated Federal Regulations. A condensed overview is provided here, and for a more comprehensive understanding, refer to the complete 50 CFR Part 20 available at the Federal Wildlife Service website.

Compliance Priority

When engaging in migratory bird hunting, it is imperative to acknowledge that in instances where State laws differ from corresponding Federal laws, hunters are obligated to adhere to the more stringent State regulations. This underscores the importance of thorough awareness and compliance to ensure responsible and legal hunting practices.

Stay informed and updated with the complete set of regulations available at Federal  Wildlife Service.

Key Terminology in Migratory Bird Hunting

Understanding the specific terms associated with migratory bird hunting is essential for compliance with Federal Regulations. Below is a concise explanation of crucial terms outlined in Title 50 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 10.13.

Protected Migratory Birds

Protected migratory birds encompass nearly all avian species in the United States, excluding exceptions like the house sparrow, feral pigeon (rock dove), European starling, Eurasian collared-dove, mute swan, and upland game birds protected by state laws. These protections stem from federal treaties with other countries.

Migratory Game Birds

While all migratory birds are protected, a subset classified as migratory game birds can be legally hunted. This group includes species such as ducks, geese, swans, doves, pigeons, cranes, rails, coots, gallinules, moorhens, woodcock, and snipe, subject to State and Federal regulations and open seasons.

Bag Limits

  • Daily Bag Limit: The maximum number of migratory game birds a person can take in a single day within a specified geographic area during the open season.

  • Aggregate Daily Bag Limit: The maximum number of migratory game birds a person can take in a day when hunting in multiple geographic areas or for various species, not exceeding the highest daily limit.

Possession Limits

  • Possession Limit: The maximum number of migratory game birds a person can possess, lawfully taken in a specified geographic area.

  • Aggregate Possession Limit: The maximum number of migratory game birds a person can possess when hunting in multiple geographic areas, not surpassing the highest possession limit.

Definitions

  • Personal Abode: The principal or ordinary home, distinct from temporary dwellings, such as hunting clubs, cabins, or hotels.

  • Migratory Bird Preservation Facility: Entities receiving migratory game birds for services like cleaning, freezing, or storage.

  • Normal Agricultural Operation: Practices aligning with official agricultural recommendations, including planting, harvesting, and post-harvest manipulation.

  • Baited Area: Any location with deposited feed that may attract migratory game birds, remaining as such for ten days after feed removal.

  • Baiting: Placing feed to attract migratory game birds to hunting areas.

  • Manipulation: Alteration of natural vegetation or crops, excluding distributing or scattering of feed after removal or storage.

  • Natural Vegetation: Non-agricultural, native, or naturalized plants, excluding planted millet, unless it grows naturally in subsequent years.

Illegal Hunting Methods and Regulations

Understanding the regulations surrounding migratory bird hunting is crucial to ensure ethical and lawful practices. Here's a comprehensive overview of prohibited methods and additional regulations:

Forbidden Hunting Methods

No persons shall take migratory game birds:

  • With traps, snares, nets, rifles, pistols, swivel guns, shotguns larger than 10 gauge, punt guns, battery guns, machineguns, fish hooks, poison, drugs, explosives, or stupefying substances.

  • With shotguns capable of holding more than three shells, unless plugged with a one-piece filler that cannot be removed without disassembling the gun, ensuring a maximum capacity of three shells. Exceptions exist for specified Conservation Order dates for light geese and resident Canada geese.

Seasonal Restrictions and Hunting Methods

Migratory Birds Season Dates include restrictions on hunting methods:

  • From low floating devices providing concealment beneath the water's surface.

  • Using motor vehicles, motor-driven land conveyances, or aircraft, with exceptions for paraplegics and those missing one or both legs under certain conditions.

  • Using motorboats or other craft with a motor attached, unless the motor is completely off and/or sails are furled.

  • Utilizing live birds as decoys, or recorded/electrically amplified bird calls, except during specified Conservation Order dates.

  • Concentrating, driving, rallying, or stirring up migratory birds using motor-driven conveyances.

  • Baiting or hunting over baited areas, with exceptions for specific land types such as standing crops, flooded standing crops, manipulated natural vegetation, and more.

Wanton Waste and Possession Limits

  • Kill or Cripple Without Retrieval: Hunters are prohibited from killing or crippling migratory game birds without subsequently making a reasonable effort to retrieve and retain them. This regulation emphasizes the importance of minimizing unnecessary harm and waste.
  • Non-Toxic Shot Requirement

    For certain bird species, namely ducks, geese, and coots:

    • Mandatory Non-Toxic Shot: The use of non-toxic shots is obligatory. Hunters must employ shotshells or loose shots for muzzleloading that exclusively consist of approved non-toxic shots. Refer to the Non-Toxic Shot List for the approved types.

    Opening Day Possession Limits

    On the initial day of the hunting season:

    • Adherence to Daily Bag Limit: Hunters must ensure that their possession limits do not surpass the daily bag limit. This restriction aims to control the number of freshly killed migratory game birds in possession on the opening day, fostering sustainable hunting practices.

    Field Possession Limits While Transporting

    During the transportation of migratory game birds:

    • Adherence to Field Possession Limits: Hunters must adhere to field possession limits, ensuring that the number of birds in their possession does not exceed the specified limits. This regulation applies during the transit from the hunting location to either the hunter's vehicle, personal abode, temporary lodging, migratory bird preservation facility, post office, or common carrier facility.

Proper Tagging for Migratory Game Birds

  • Tagging for Processing: Migratory game birds must be appropriately tagged with the hunter's information. This tagging is essential for subsequent processes such as picking, cleaning, processing, shipping, or storage. The tag should include the hunter's address, the total number and species of birds, and the date they were taken.

  • Ownership Transfer: In cases of receipt, possession, or transportation of migratory game birds belonging to another person, proper tagging is mandatory. This tagging serves as a clear indicator of ownership and is a vital component of responsible bird management.

Species Identification During Transportation

  • Maintaining Species Identification: While transporting migratory game birds, hunters must ensure that species identification is maintained. This involves keeping the head or one fully feathered wing attached to each bird at all times. This requirement applies to all migratory game birds, except doves and band-tailed pigeons.

  • Exception for Doves and Pigeons: Doves and band-tailed pigeons are exempt from the continuous attachment rule during transportation within the United States.

Additional Regulations

  • Hunters aged 16 and older must carry a Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Federal Duck Stamp) validated by the hunter's signature.

  • Specific regulations may apply to National Wildlife Refuges opened to public hunting.

Stay informed, adhere to these regulations, and contribute to the preservation of migratory game birds and ethical hunting practices. For refuge-specific regulations, refer to National Wildlife Refuges.

Wildlife Refuges: Important Considerations

Understanding the presence of refugees is crucial for hunters, as they often impact hunting regulations. Here's key information regarding refuges in state and federal wildlife areas:

Refuge Regulations

  • Closure Period: Refuges within many state and federal wildlife areas are typically closed to hunting from Oct. 1 to Apr. 1.

Public Hunting Areas

  • Coexistence: Hunters need to be aware of refuge locations within public hunting areas.

Compliance with Regulations

  • Adherence: Hunters must strictly adhere to regulations specific to refuge areas, respecting the designated closure periods.

Being informed about refuge locations and associated regulations ensures responsible and lawful hunting practices.

Authorized Methods of Take

Bow and Arrow

Hunters may use a bow and arrow for taking migratory game birds.

Falconry

The practice of falconry is an authorized method of take for migratory game birds.

Shotgun (Up to 10-gauge)

Shotguns no larger than 10-gauge are permitted, provided they are incapable of holding more than three shells. Migratory doves can only be taken while in flight.

Illegal Methods of Take

Sink Boxes

The use of sink boxes for hunting migratory game birds is strictly prohibited.

Live Decoys

Hunting with live decoys is illegal and not allowed.

Baiting

Baiting, or using any substance as a lure for migratory game birds, is strictly prohibited.

Electronic Calls

The use of electronic calls for hunting migratory game birds is illegal.

Motorized Conveyance or Sailboat Pursuit

Hunting from any motorized conveyance or sailboat is illegal. If hunting from such a craft, the motor must be turned off, or the sail furled, with progress ceased.

Decoy Management

Decoys shall not be left unattended overnight in department-managed areas.

Transporting Migratory Game Birds

Understanding the regulations for transporting migratory game birds is crucial to complying with legal requirements. Here's what you need to know:

Wing and Head Attachment

  • Requirement: When transporting migratory birds (excluding doves), one fully-feathered wing and/or the head must remain attached.

Tagging for Transfer

  • Transfer to Others: Migratory game birds given to another person, taxidermist, storage facility, or commercial processor must be properly tagged.

  • Tag Information: The tag should include the hunter's signature and address, along with details such as the number, species, and date the birds were taken.

Shipping Regulations

  • Clear Marking: Migratory birds packed for shipping must be marked with essential information:
    • Name and address of the shipper
    • Name and address of the addressee
    • Number and species of birds

Waterfowl and Migratory Bird Seasons

Migratory Dove (Mourning, White-winged)

  • Season: 09/01/2023 - 11/29/2023
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 15 (applies to mourning and white-winged doves combined)
  • Possession Limit: 45
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit

Exotic Dove (Eurasian Collared and Ringed Turtle Doves)

  • Season: 01/01/2023 - 12/31/2023
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: No limit
  • Possession Limit: No limit
  • Note: No limit on Eurasian collared and ringed turtle doves, but additional mourning and white-winged doves require a fully-feathered wing during transport.

Rail (Sora and Virginia)

  • Season: 09/01/2023 - 11/09/2023
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 25
  • Possession Limit: 75
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit

Snipe

  • Season: 09/01/2023 - 12/16/2023
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 8
  • Possession Limit: 24
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Stamp

Woodcock

  • Season: 10/14/2023 - 11/27/2023
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 3
  • Possession Limit: 9
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit

Teal, High Plains Zone

  • Season: 09/16/2023 - 09/24/2023
  • Area Open: West of Hwy. U.S. 283
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 teal
  • Possession Limit: 18 teal
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Teal, Low Plains Zone

  • Season: 09/09/2023 - 09/24/2023
  • Area Open: East of Hwy. U.S. 283
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 teal
  • Possession Limit: 18 teal
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Ducks, High Plains Unit

  • Season: 10/07/2023 - 12/31/2023 and 01/19/2024 - 01/28/2024
  • Area Open: High Plains Zone (see map)
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 (Limit Info)
  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Ducks, Low Plains Early Zone

  • Season: 10/07/2023 - 12/03/2023 and 12/23/2023 - 01/07/2024
  • Area Open: Early Zone (see map)
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 (Limit Info)
  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Ducks, Low Plains Late Zone

  • Season: 10/28/2023 - 12/31/2023 and 01/20/2024 - 01/28/2024
  • Area Open: Late Zone (see map)
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 (Limit Info)
  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Ducks, Low Plains Southeast Zone

  • Season: 11/11/2023 - 01/07/2024 and 01/13/2024 - 01/28/2024
  • Area Open: Southeast Zone (see map)
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 (Limit Info)
  • Possession Limit: Three times the daily limit
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Duck Limits

  • 6 ducks, any combination of six ducks and/or mergansers which may include no more than five mallards (only two of which may be hens), three wood ducks, two redheads, two canvasbacks, one scaup, and one pintail.

Mergansers

  • Season: Same as duck seasons
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 5, including no more than 2 hooded mergansers
  • Possession Limit: 15
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Coots

  • Season: Same as duck seasons
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 15
  • Possession Limit: 45
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Youth, Veteran, and Active Military Waterfowl Seasons (Youth 17 and younger)

  • High Plains Unit: 09/30/2023 - 10/01/2023
  • Low Plains Early Zone: 09/30/2022 - 10/01/2023
  • Low Plains Late Zone: 10/21/2023 - 10/22/2023
  • Southeast Zone: 11/04/2023 - 11/05/2023

Canada Geese

  • Season: 10/28/2023 - 10/29/2023 and 11/01/2023 - 02/11/2024
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 6 (including Brant)
  • Possession Limit: 18
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

White-fronted Geese

  • Season: 10/28/2023 - 12/31/2023 and 01/20/2024 - 02/11/2024
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 2
  • Possession Limit: 6
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Light Geese

  • Season: 10/28/2023 - 10/29/2023 and 11/01/2023 - 02/11/2024
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Bag Limit: 50
  • Possession Limit: No limit
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp

Light Geese, Conservation Order

  • Season: 02/12/2024 - 04/30/2024
  • Area Open: Statewide
  • Daily Limit: Unlimited
  • Possession Limit: Unlimited
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, State Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp
  • Equipment Restrictions: During the Conservation Order, unplugged shotguns and electronic calls may be used. Shooting hours are from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.

Sandhill Crane, Central Zone

  • Season: 11/08/2023 - 01/04/2024
  • Daily Bag Limit: 3
  • Possession Limit: 9
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, Sandhill Crane Permit

Sandhill Crane, West Zone

  • Season: 10/21/2023 - 12/17/2023
  • Daily Bag Limit: 3
  • Possession Limit: 9
  • Stamps Required: Kansas HIP Permit, Sandhill Crane Permit

Falconry

Falconry Information

  • Season: Same as regular seasons.
  • High Plains Extended Season: None
  • Early Zone Extended Season: Feb. 25 - March 10, 2023
  • Late Zone Extended Season: Feb. 25 - March 10, 2023
  • Southeast Zone Extended Season: Feb. 25 - March 10, 2023
  • Daily Bag Limit: No more than three migratory birds, including coot, dove, rail, crow, snipe, woodcock, and any migratory species -- in combination such as one dove, one duck, and one woodcock or three doves. (Falconers may not exceed other limits on migratory birds. Be sure to check bag limits in this summary.)

Waterfowl Licenses & Fees

Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Federal Waterfowl Stamp)

All waterfowl hunters age 16 and older must possess a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Federal Waterfowl Stamp). Additionally, hunters required to obtain a hunting license must have a Kansas State Waterfowl Stamp and a Kansas Harvest Information Program (HIP) stamp before pursuing ducks, geese, or mergansers. Residents 15 and younger and individuals hunting their land are exempt from needing a Kansas hunting license.

Annual Hunting License

Residents (16-74)

All resident hunters aged 16 through 74 must have a resident hunting license unless exempt by Kansas Law.

Nonresidents

Regardless of age, nonresident hunters must have a nonresident hunting license.

Annual hunting licenses can be purchased online or through all licensed agents, or Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism offices.

Waterfowl Stamps and License

All Waterfowl stamps and licenses can be bought at any licensed agent, Pratt Operations Office, or online, EXCEPT for the Federal Waterfowl Stamp, which is bought at a US Post Office, KDWPT Regional and Park Offices, and select license agents.

All Waterfowl stamps are valid throughout the season.

Stamp Details

  • Kansas HIP Stamp: $2.50
  • State Waterfowl Stamp: $10
  • Federal Waterfowl Stamp: $26.50 (Purchased at any KDWPT office or any US Post Office)

Buy your Stamps Online

State stamps are available at any licensed agent, online, Pratt Operations Office, or Regional office.

Federal stamps are available at a US Post Office, Pratt Operations Office, or Regional Office.

Federal stamps must be signed across the face of the stamp.

Waterfowl stamps are not required to hunt Coot, Dove, Rail, Snipe, Woodcock, or Sandhill Crane. However, HIP is required.

If hunting Sandhill Cranes, in addition to a hunting license (if required), a federal sandhill crane hunting permit issued through and validated by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks is necessary to hunt cranes. Crane permits obtained in other states are not valid in Kansas. The validated permit, which incurs a $7.50 validation fee, is available at any licensed agent, online, Pratt Operations Office, or Regional office.

All sandhill crane hunters must take an online crane identification test each year before hunting sandhill cranes. The "Online Test for Sandhill Crane Hunters" provides information about identifying whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, and look-alike species, as well as the hunter’s ability to choose safe shots. The test is both entertaining and informative, taking only a few minutes.

Banding-Bird Hotline

Hunters play a crucial role in the collection of valuable data for understanding population characteristics, monitoring bird movements, and assessing distribution. The information derived from band recoveries is instrumental in shaping migratory game bird hunting seasons and enhancing habitat and harvest management strategies.

If you harvest a banded bird, it is imperative to report it promptly at www.reportband.gov. Upon reporting the band, you will receive detailed information about the bird's banding location and date. Notably, bands do NOT need to be returned to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; they are yours to keep. Your contribution aids in advancing our knowledge of migratory birds, so we encourage you to report all banded birds promptly.

Kansas Waterfowl Hunting Zones: Detailed Boundaries

Kansas Migratory Birds Hunting Laws and Regulations

Understanding the specific delineations of waterfowl hunting zones in Kansas is essential for hunters. Here's an intricate breakdown of the boundaries for each zone:

High Plains Unit

  • Location: That portion of Kansas west of federal highway US-283.

Low Plains Early Zone

  • Boundaries:
    • Starting at the junction of federal highway US-283 and state highway US-96.
    • East on federal highway US-96 to its junction with federal highway US-183.
    • North on federal highway US-183 to its junction with federal highway US-24.
    • East on federal highway US-24 to its junction with federal highway US-281.
    • North on federal highway US-281 to its junction with federal highway US-36.
    • East on federal highway US-36 to its junction with state highway K-199.
    • South on state highway K-199 to its junction with Republic County 30th Road.
    • South on Republic County 30th Road to its junction with state highway K-148.
    • East on state highway K-148 to its junction with Republic County 50th Road.
    • South on Republic County 50th Road to its junction with Cloud County 40th Road.
    • South on Cloud County 40th Road to its junction with state highway K-9.
    • West on state highway K-9 to its junction with federal highway US-24.
    • West on federal highway US-24 to its junction with federal highway US-181.
    • South on federal highway US-181 to its junction with state highway K-18.
    • West on state highway K-18 to its junction with federal highway US-281.
    • South on federal highway US-281 to its junction with state highway K-4.
    • East on state highway K-4 to its junction with interstate highway I-135.
    • South on interstate highway I–135 to its junction with state highway K-61.
    • Southwest on state highway K-61 to its junction with McPherson County 14th Avenue.
    • South on McPherson County 14th Avenue to its junction with McPherson County Arapaho Rd.
    • West on McPherson County Arapaho Rd to its junction with state highway K-61.
    • Southwest on state highway K-61 to its junction with state highway K-96.
    • Northwest on state highway K-96 to its junction with federal highway US-56.
    • Southwest on federal highway US-56 to its junction with state highway K-19.
    • East on state highway K-19 to its junction with federal highway US-281.
    • South on federal highway US-281 to its junction with federal highway US-54.
    • West on federal highway US-54 to its junction with federal highway US-183.
    • North on federal highway US-183 to its junction with federal highway US-56.
    • Southwest on federal highway US-56 to its junction with North Main Street in Spearville, Kansas.
    • South on North Main Street to Davis Street in Spearville, Kansas.
    • East on Davis Street to Ford County Road 126 (South Stafford Street in Spearville, Kansas).
    • South on Ford County Road 126 to Garnett Road.
    • East on Garnett Road to Ford County Road 126.
    • South on Ford County Road 126 to Ford Spearville Road.
    • West on Ford Spearville Road to its junction with federal highway US-400.
    • Northwest on federal highway US-400 to its junction with federal highway US-283.
    • North on federal highway US-283 to its junction with federal highway US-96.

Low Plains Late Zone

  • Boundaries:
    • Starting at the junction of federal highway US-283 and federal highway US-96.
    • North on federal highway US-283 to the Kansas-Nebraska state line.
    • East along the Kansas-Nebraska state line to its junction with the Kansas-Missouri state line.
    • Southeast along the Kansas-Missouri state line to its junction with state highway K-68.
    • West on state highway K-68 to its junction with interstate highway I-35.
    • Southwest on interstate highway I-35 to its junction with Butler County NE 150th Street.
    • West on Butler County NE 150th Street to its junction with federal highway US-77.
    • South on federal highway US-77 to its junction with the Kansas-Oklahoma state line.
    • West along the Kansas-Oklahoma state line to its junction with federal highway US-283.
    • North on federal highway US-283 to its junction with federal highway US-400.
    • East on federal highway US-400 to its junction with Ford Spearville Road.
    • East on Ford Spearville Road to Ford County Road 126.
    • North on Ford County Road 126 to Garnett Road.
    • West on Garnett Road to Ford County Road 126.
    • North on Ford County Road 126 (South Stafford Street in Spearville, Kansas) to Davis Street in Spearville, Kansas.
    • West on Davis Street to North Main Street in Spearville, Kansas.
    • North on North Main Street to its junction with federal highway US-56.
    • East on federal highway US-56 to its junction with federal highway US-183.
    • South on federal highway US-183 to its junction with federal highway US-54.
    • East on federal highway US-54 to its junction with federal highway US-281.
    • North on federal highway US-281 to its junction with state highway K-19.
    • West on state highway K-19 to its junction with federal highway US-56.
    • East on federal highway US-56 to its junction with state highway K-96.
    • Southeast on state highway K-96 to its junction with state highway K-61.
    • Northeast on state highway K-61 to its junction with McPherson County Arapaho Road.
    • East on McPherson County Arapaho Road to its junction with McPherson County 14th Avenue.
    • North on McPherson County 14th Avenue to its junction with state highway K-61.
    • East on state highway K-61 to its junction with interstate highway I-135.
    • North on interstate highway I-135 to its junction with state highway K-4.
    • West on state highway K-4 to its junction with federal highway US-281.
    • North on federal highway US-281 to its junction with state highway K-18.
    • East on state highway K-18 to its junction with federal highway US-181.
    • North on federal highway US-181 to its junction with federal highway US-24.
    • East on federal highway US-24 to its junction with state highway K-9.
    • East on state highway K-9 to its junction with Cloud County 40th Road.
    • North on Cloud County 40th Road to its junction with Republic County 50th Road.
    • North on Republic County 50th Road to its junction with state highway K-148.
    • West on state highway K-1­48 to its junction with Republic County 30th Road.
    • North on Republic County 30th Road to its junction with state highway K-199.
    • North on state highway K-199 to its junction with federal highway US-36.
    • West on federal highway US-36 to its junction with federal highway US-281.
    • South on federal highway US-281 to its junction with federal highway US-24.
    • West on federal highway US-24 to its junction with federal highway US-183.
    • South on federal highway US-183 to its junction with federal highway US-96.
    • West on federal highway US-96 to its junction with federal highway US-283.
  • Low Plains Southeast Zone

    • Boundaries:
      • Starting from the Kansas-Missouri state line west on state highway K-68 to its junction with interstate highway I-35.
      • Southwest on interstate highway I-35 to its junction with Butler County NE 150th Street.
      • West on Butler County NE 150th Street to its junction with federal highway US-77.
      • South on federal highway US-77 to the Kansas-Oklahoma State line.
      • East along the Kansas–Oklahoma state line to its junction with the Kansas-Missouri state line.
      • North along the Kansas-Missouri state line to its junction with state highway K-68.
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