NEBRASKAland Magazine

Nebraskaland Virtual Magazine

  • Wild Game Cooking 101

    Wild Game Cooking 101

    Are you feeling stuck inside your house with not much to do? Do you have wild game meat in your freezer? Good. Time to get a little “wild” and cook some! With so many options for cooking cuts of...

    Read Article
  • Stay current on outdoor Nebraska with NGPC Weekly

    Subscribe
  • Social Distancing Champion

    Social Distancing Champion

    With the current status of our world, I have been spending way too much time watching TV and surfing the interwebs.  Idiocy reigns. Oh sure, I have slipped out for some social distancing,...

    Read Article
  • Game and Parks closing overnight camping April 6-May 8

    LINCOLN, Neb. – In a proactive effort to prevent the potential for spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will prohibit overnight camping at state parks, state...

    Read Article
  • Mountain lion season ends with seven harvested in Pine Ridge

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The 2020 mountain lion hunting season in the Pine Ridge closed March 31 with seven mountain lions harvested. Season 1 opened Jan. 2. The south subunit closed during Season 1 when...

    Read Article
  • Fort Robinson’s Post Playhouse summer season cancelled

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The summer season of the Post Playhouse at Fort Robinson State Park has been cancelled to prevent the potential for spread of the coronavirus. “We plan to pick up next year with...

    Read Article
  • Game and Parks provides online learning resources

    LINCOLN, Neb. — Need an excuse to keep busy and learn something new? Need free resources that can teach children about the natural world? Look no further. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission...

    Read Article
  • Kid’s System

    Kid’s System

    I am going to re-post a blog that I did several years back.  This blog has been a good one to reference over the years, but with web page changes and so forth I can no longer do that.  So, I am...

    Read Article
  • Three lakes get second stocking of rainbow trout

    LINCOLN, Neb. – What’s better than a stocking of rainbow trout in your local urban lake? Two stockings! The Grove Trout Rearing Station in Antelope County had some trout left over after completing...

    Read Article
  • Hunters, other recreationists advised to be smart during COVID-19 crisis

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is advising hunters, anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts to honor guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and...

    Read Article
  • Nonresident spring turkey permit sales to end immediately

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is suspending the sale of nonresident spring turkey hunting permits in a proactive effort to prevent the potential for the spread of the...

    Read Article
  • Road Closures, Spring 2020

    Road Closures, Spring 2020

    When we put out a news release like this, I do not know how widespread it is distributed.  My hunch is they need to get out even more, so. . . . We still have some bad road conditions on several...

    Read Article
  • Nebraska’s duck season dates clarified

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is clarifying its 2020/2021 duck season dates to specify the hunting dates in the Low Plains and High Plains units. The duck and coot dates...

    Read Article
  • Game and Parks to temporarily close playgrounds, structures

    LINCOLN, Neb. – In a continued, proactive effort to prevent the potential for spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission temporarily will close state park...

    Read Article
  • Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Goes Beyond the Hunt in These Times

    Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Goes Beyond the Hunt in These Times

    As avid spring wild turkey hunters, we possess a major advantage over other outdoor enthusiasts: We know what it feels like to be completely isolated, and to be alone, most notably in a turkey...

    Read Article
  • Several road closures on wildlife management areas

    LINCOLN, Neb. – Roads on several state wildlife management areas (WMAs) have been closed or partially closed because of poor conditions. County roads leading to the areas also may be closed. These...

    Read Article
  • Bighorn sheep lottery applications begin April 20

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will accept applications for a 2020 bighorn sheep lottery permit beginning April 20. The application period ends Aug. 7, and the permit will...

    Read Article
  • Some Lightness for the Weekend

    Some Lightness for the Weekend

    I have been getting “out” and practicing some social distancing when I can.  But, like many, I have spent a lot of time recently watching stuff on the internet.  Let me share a couple that I...

    Read Article
  • A 50-inch Minimum

    A 50-inch Minimum

    Merritt Reservoir has long been one of Nebraska’s top fishing destinations. Merritt is an irrigation reservoir, but unlike some others, it fills every year because of the ample flow of the Snake...

    Read Article
  • Platte River Water Trail

    Platte River Water Trail

    I’ve paddled many of the state’s rivers, mostly during the past 20 years creating stories on the state’s water trails in this magazine. But until 2018, I hadn’t floated the Platte, despite living...

    Read Article
  • Just an Eagle

    Just an Eagle

    Last spring, I received a call from conservation officer Matt Seitz who asked me to pick up an eagle that had fallen from a nest near Barneston. Although I was on vacation at the time, I couldn’t...

    Read Article
  • loading
    Loading More...