November 16, 2020
A bird watchers’ and hunters’ dream. Cheyenne Bottoms is a 41,000 acre wetland complex managed by Kansas Wildlife Parks & Tourism and The Nature Conservancy and designated a Wetland of International Importance due to its importance as a stopover for migrating shorebirds and waterfowl along the Central Flyway. See birds and wildlife as you drive accessible dike roads and county roads on a self-guided tour or take a guided tour with staff from the Kansas Wetlands Education Center. This Chronolog site is sponsored by the Friends of Cheyenne Bottoms.
This Chronolog site is funded and maintained by the Friends of Cheyenne Bottoms (FOCB). FOCB exists to promote and interpret Cheyenne Bottoms, including supporting the missions and efforts of Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks & Tourism's (KDWPT) Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area, The Nature Conservancy's (TNC) Cheyenne Bottoms Preserve, and Ft. Hays State University's Kansas Wetlands Education Center (KWEC).