NYS is obviously very different than Kansas.
I got this from Here
| Question: If I shoot a deer and it runs onto posted property, do I have the legal right to go on the property to retrieve it? |
Answer: No. The DEC recommends that hunters finding themselves in this predicament seek out the landowner, explain the situation, and ask permission. If the landowner refuses, the hunter will not be able to enter the property, and the DEC cannot compel a landowner to grant access. If the hunter has reason to believe that the landowner intends to illegally possess the deer, it should be reported to the nearest Environmental Conservation Officer. This situation illustrates the need for hunters to establish good landowner relations prior to going afield, and to take only good clean kill shots when hunting for any game.
The Kansas regulations can be found Here
I see one huge difference, in Kansas you are allowed to bait dear and other wildlife to hunt them. Here
is a nice resource about trespass and it happens to state the fact the in Kansas a hunter can go on private land to retrieve their wounded animal unless told to leave.
Interesting stuff how different things are from state to state.