November outdoor calendar

October 24, 2017 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN, Neb. – The following is a listing of Nebraska Game and Parks Commission events and important dates in November. Get more event details at Visit for a list of hunter education classes and boating safety classes.

Nov. 1 – Late doe/fawn antelope season opens

Nov. 1 – Raccoon, opossum, long-tailed weasel, mink, red fox, gray fox and badger hunting and trapping seasons open

Nov. 1 – Muskrat and beaver trapping season opens

Nov. 3 – Wildlife and Watercolors, Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area (SRA), Gering

Nov. 4 – Candlelight Tour, Fort Atkinson State Historical Park (SHP), Fort Calhoun

Nov. 5 – Shootout at Salt Creek, Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center, Lincoln

Nov. 6 – Tickets go on sale for Historical Christmas Dinner, Fort Robinson State Park (SP), Crawford

Nov. 6 – Woodcock hunting season closes

Nov. 6, 8 – Project WILD and Aquatic WILD educator workshops, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln

Nov. 9 – Rail hunting season closes

Nov. 10 – During observance of Veterans Day, customer service offices open in Lincoln, Norfolk, North Platte, Alliance, Omaha, Bassett, Kearney and Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium

Nov. 11-12 – River Valley Artisans and Craft Market, Eugene T. Mahoney SP, Ashland

Nov. 11-19 – Firearm deer, restricted statewide buck seasons

Nov. 15 – First segment of crow hunting season closes

Nov. 18-19, 24-26 – Christmas at the Mansion, Arbor Lodge SHP, Nebraska City

Nov. 19 – Fort Robinson longhorn and buffalo sale, Crawford

Nov. 19 – Citizen Science in the Classroom Educator Workshop, Hastings Museum, Hastings

Nov. 28 – Bighorn sheep hunting season opens

Nov. 28 – Learn to hunt muzzleloader deer, Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center, Lincoln

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