Snow geese rest on the lake and feed on nearby private land. Canada geese are not common.
Two waterfowl refuges are maintained at Perry. The open water refuge provides sanctuary for ducks and geese, while the upland game refuge provides food and rest for waterfowl.
Pheasants have increased steadily since the early 1970s. The best pheasant hunting is in the area northwest of Valley Falls.
Quail hunting is usually good a Perry. However, severe winter weather sometimes adversely affects their populations.
White-tailed deer are common and are hunted at Perry.
Cottontail rabbits are common throughout the area. New brushpiles are constructed each winter to provide cottontail habitat.
Squirrels are common along the timbered edges.
Coyotes, raccoons,dove, and turkeys are also hunted.
Our Email: PerrySP@wp.state.ks.us
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