Animals in Kansas

Kansas has almost all the animals in the U.S., which are common to every state. Read on if you want to know more about the animals in Kansas!


Bison were once extinct in Kansas but have been back in huge numbers. They are big and have now been named the state’s official Animal.


If you've been wondering who's been ruining your crops, meet the armyworm. They are found in various nations, including the US, especially in locations with more agricultural land and crop fields.

Armyworm has different life stages, including eggs, larvae, pupae, and adults.  The transformation of an Armyworm from an egg to an adult is typical for 30 to 50 days.

Burrowing Owls

Burrowing owls are slender, yellow-eyed, have no ear tufts visible, have white eyebrows, and are long-legged. Male and female burrowing owls are exactly like each other, as it is difficult to tell them apart.

When we think of a bird, we associate them with flying, but burrowing owls spend most of their time near the ground despite being amazingly capable of fanciful flight.


We are talking about a sweet squirrel who belong to a group of ground squirrel known as marmots. Its scientific name is Marmota Monax. They can be found throughout the United States and Canada and survive in different environments.

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