Teal hunting featured in Nebraskaland

August 10, 2020 shawna richter-ryerson

LINCOLN, Neb. – Teal hunting is among featured topics in the August-September issue of Nebraskaland Magazine.

With photos from Doug Steinke, contributor Todd Mills relives his experiences hunting teal and provides tips for harvesting the small, speedy birds in his article “In Pursuit of the Blue Dart.”

In another story about a small, speedy popular game bird, regional editor Eric Fowler writes about Nebraska’s involvement in the nation’s decades-long efforts in tracking mourning dove populations and provides guidance for hunting them.

Also in the issue is contributor Ryan Sparks’ article about managing scent while pursuing big game animals.

Introduced with the name Outdoor Nebraska in 1926, Nebraskaland is the conservation and parks magazine of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. With remarkable photography from staff and readers, the publication offers a wide variety of tips for enjoying the outdoors, recipes and stories about Nebraska’s natural resources and history.

The magazine is available by subscription or at retailers throughout the state. To subscribe or read the digital version, visit nebraskalandmagazine.com.

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