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  • Christmas Musings

    Christmas Musings

    I have a warped sense of humor, it is in the blood, comes from both sides of my family.  Found this Christmas commercial on the inter-webs, kinda like it: The deer’s name is “Steve”! Wonder where...

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  • Fortenberry co-introduces bipartisan bill to conserve wildlife

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Congress took a step to address the critical need for wildlife conservation on Dec. 14. U.S. House Reps. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) and Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) introduced a bill to...

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  • Fall Review, 2017

    Fall Review, 2017

    We are well into December now and I am starting to get impatient for fishable ice!  Does not look like that is coming in the next few days, but am hearing some talk about colder weather maybe a...

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  • Nebraska Friendly

    Nebraska Friendly

    I’m writing to NEBRASKAland to tell you how much I enjoy it. I first subscribed to the magazine in February after I decided I was coming to Nebraska to watch the eclipse. I thought it might give...

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  • It’s Not Too Late (Tips For Late Season Hunting)

    It’s Not Too Late (Tips For Late Season Hunting)

    Unfortunately, it’s the time of year when many hunters start hanging up their gear for the season. Maybe they have already harvested game or are tired of trying to do so. Perhaps they are just not...

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  • Night Lights: Tips for Spectacular Night Photography

    Night Lights: Tips for Spectacular Night Photography

    Zach’s Night Photo Tips Learn how to take photos at night like a pro with these tips from Zach Equipment essentials You don’t need expensive equipment to make pictures you’re proud of. For night...

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  • Big game meetings scheduled across Nebraska

    Big game meetings scheduled across Nebraska

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters and landowners are encouraged to offer their feedback on big game issues during the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s public informational meetings this winter. Meetings...

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  • Prescribed burn training workshops scheduled

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Pheasants Forever and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will host prescribed burn training workshops across the state early in the new year. These workshops will provide...

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  • Multispecies lottery permit applications accepted beginning Jan. 2

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Applications for multispecies Super Tag and Combo lottery permits will be accepted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission beginning Jan. 2. The Super Tag lottery permit will be...

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  • Valentine National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) Update

    Valentine National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) Update

    As I often do on my blog, let me start with the news release: Aquatic Habitat Project at Valentine NWR begins second phase LINCOLN, Neb. – In preparation for a rotenone treatment in 2018, length...

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  • Chadron man successful in bighorn hunt

    Chadron man successful in bighorn hunt

    CRAWFORD, Neb. — Nebraska’s limited bighorn sheep season wrapped up Thursday afternoon when the second of two permit holders harvested a ram near Fort Robinson State Park’s Cheyenne Buttes. Jack...

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  • Valentine NWR Update

    Valentine NWR Update

    Renovations planned for many Sandhills lakes Invasive Carp Native to Europe, bottom-feeding carp stir up sediments and cloud the water, hampering the growth of the aquatic vegetation that is the...

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  • Outdoor Education Center offers recreation, time to bond with family

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Families looking for ways to have fun and spend time together can find what they are looking for at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center. Located at 44th and...

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  • Martial Arts Training

    Martial Arts Training

    I was surfing the web the other day looking for a new workout program for both me and my fishing equipment.  I found one, it is pretty rigorous. . . . A behind the scenes peek at our rod blank...

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  • Archery day camp provides stimulating winter break fun

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Keep your kids active and having fun during winter break at the Arctic Archery Day Camp in Lincoln Dec. 28-29. Held at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center, the...

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  • The Most Secretive of Skunks

    The Most Secretive of Skunks

    Rare Eastern spotted skunk found at the Valentine National Wildlife Refuge The Decline of the Spotted Skunk Biologists surmise that populations of spotted skunks – like many other species –...

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  • The Worth of a Wild Goose

    The Worth of a Wild Goose

    Canada Goose Hunting in Nebraska and “the Leopold tingle” In his classic 1949 book A Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold, the father of wildlife conservation, asked: “What is a wild goose worth? I...

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  • Pheasant and Sausage Quiche

    Pheasant and Sausage Quiche

    An easy wild game breakfast pie. This is, hands down, one of my favorite pheasant recipes. If you have guests over for the holidays and need to feed breakfast to a large crowd, quiche is the way...

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  • Nebraska’s next bird species?

    Nebraska’s next bird species?

    Nebraska has had a spate of rare birds recently.  Some of the highlights include not one but two Harris’s Hawks, Black Vulture and a Williamson’s Sapsucker.  None of these big time rarities are...

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  • Combodacious, Late Fall 2017

    Combodacious, Late Fall 2017

    I am always up on a soap-box promoting the diversity of fish & wildlife, hunting and fishing opportunities we have in Nebraska.  With no closed season for fishing and long hunting seasons for a...

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