SEDAN, Kan. (AP) - Television documentary producer Bill Kurtis is selling part of his Red Buffalo Ranch near Sedan.
Kurtis has purchased land in Chautauqua County and several buildings in Sedan since the 1990s.
He said Thursday that he is selling land on the north end of his ranch because he wants to pay off some debt.
He is not selling the part of the ranch that includes Butcher Falls, considered to be one of the most scenic waterfalls in Kansas. He also plans to keep a buffalo herd on the ranch.
The Wichita Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/HFSf8X ) the 3,600 acres will be sold in six tracts. The auction will be May 17 at the Sedan Country Club.
The land is part of the Flint Hills, part of the tallgrass prairie in North America.
Information from: The Wichita Eagle, http://www.kansas.com
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