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  • Duck Creek Recreation Area is newest fishing opportunity in southeastern Nebraska

    LINCOLN, Neb. – A new fishing opportunity is available in southeastern Nebraska with the June 2 grand opening of Duck Creek Recreation Area. The Nemaha Natural Resources District owns and manages...

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  • Stars, Strolls & S’mores event scheduled in Norfolk area this summer

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Participate in Stars, Strolls & S’mores and discover outdoor and nature opportunities in the Norfolk area. This series includes three Moon Walk events held on Wednesday evenings...

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  • Pursuing the parks – a great value

    Pursuing the parks – a great value

    It is late May, spring has finally sprung, and only the most ardent of homebodies are not excited about getting outdoors. It is no secret — some of the best places to enjoy that time outdoors is...

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  • Permit required for tractors at Lake McConaughy SRA

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has introduced a mandatory permitting process for tractors operating on the beaches of Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area (SRA). In...

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  • How To Not Let the Big One Get Away

    How To Not Let the Big One Get Away

    I do not do this often, but from time to time I will copy “stuff” I have found on other blogs or somewhere else on the interwebs and post it here on my blog.  This week my buddy Greg Wagner wrote...

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  • Public urged to leave wildlife babies alone

    LINCOLN, Neb. – It is natural for some people who see a young wild animal apparently abandoned by its mother to want to rescue it. The correct course of action is to leave it alone. Here are some...

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  • Nebraska Game and Parks urges safety while boating

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraskans will enjoy this summer boating on waters across the state. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission urges boaters to keep safety the top priority. Boaters should not take...

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  • Help Indian Cave SP trail projects June 2 to celebrate National Trails Day

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Show an appreciation for trails and help restore them at Indian Cave State Park on June 2 in celebration of National Trails Day. Volunteers are needed for trail restoration...

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  • Spring Turkey 2018, Snakes and Turkey Talismans

    Spring Turkey 2018, Snakes and Turkey Talismans

    I promised last week that there would be more spring turkey hunting stories coming.  Here ya go. . . . My son and I did some hunting in southeast Nebraska and then a little over a week later...

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  • Boating safety courses offered across Nebraska

    LINCOLN, Neb. – With summer here, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is reminding water lovers to be mindful of the state’s education requirements for boating. Nebraska law requires any...

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  • Platte River State Park shooting sports facility summer hours begin May 28

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Platte River State Park’s shooting sports facility opens for its summer schedule on May 28. The Roger G. Sykes Outdoor Heritage Education Complex will be open weekdays from noon to...

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  • Fort Robinson’s summer theater lineup to include popular favorites

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Post Playhouse, Inc., located at Fort Robinson State Park just west of Crawford, is set for another season of popular plays for all ages. The theater’s summer lineup includes...

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  • Melodramas to light up the stage at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Grab the popcorn and enjoy some light-hearted family fun at a Eugene T. Mahoney State Park melodrama this summer. This year’s schedule features the premiere of three plays in...

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  • Rock Creek Trail Days set for June 2-3

    LINCOLN, Neb. – See Nebraska history come to life during Rock Creek Trail Days June 2-3 at Rock Creek Station State Historical Park. Activities will include black powder gun demonstrations, Pony...

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  • Boaters should clean, drain and dry to prevent spread of AIS

    LINCOLN, Neb. – With summer’s arrival comes an increase in boating activity. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reminds boaters to be wary of destructive aquatic invasive species (AIS) and to...

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  • How To Not Let The Big One Get Away

    How To Not Let The Big One Get Away

    All of us who love to fish have a story or two about the one that got away, don’t we? Invariably, the tale involves hooking the fish of a lifetime and losing it to unforeseen circumstances....

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  • Birding event at Buffalo Bill Ranch SRA

    North Platte, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) and Tout Bird Club of North Platte will host a birding event on Friday, May 25. All ages are welcome to come learn about birds at...

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  • Migratory bird month and free park entry and free fishing day

    Migratory bird month and free park entry and free fishing day

    North Platte, Neb. – In honor of the late Bev Kimball of Kearney, the Fort Kearny Preservation, Restoration and Development (PRD) board is hosting activities at the Fort Kearny Recreation Area...

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  • New access road leading to Frenchman WMA

    North Platte, Neb. – Frenchman Wildlife Management Area (WMA) northeast of Palisade, NE has a new access road. Previously, the public was using a bridge that crosses the canal to access the...

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  • LCRA receives grant from Nebraska Environmental Trust

    North Platte, Neb. – The Loess Canyon Rangeland Alliance (LCRA) will receive $160,000 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust (NET) for the Grassland Stewardship with Prescribed Fire project. The...

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