This book identifies 101 prime sites for viewing the amazingly diverse array of wildlife in Kansas. It includes spots in every part of the state, a variety of terrains, and animals of every kind - mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and insects. For each site, the authors describe what animals can be seen and what type of environment they live in. They give information on land ownership (whether private or public, all sites are accessible to the public), availability of park facilities, and viewing tips. Dividing the state into six parts, they provide maps of each region and color photographs of many of the sites and animals. Also included is their list of the "dynamic dozen" sites - the top twelve places they consider to be "can't-miss opportunities" because of exceptional wildlife, scenery, and viewing attributes.