In 2015, a record 118 active bald eagle nests were documented in Nebraska by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and its partners.
The presence of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Nebraska deer has spread eastward, according to findings by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Get out of the house this winter and spend some time viewing Nebraska’s bald eagles.
Learn to teach youth and families the lifelong activity of fishing by becoming certified as a youth fishing instructor.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking information related to the apparent shooting of a bald eagle in northeastern Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved outdoor trail projects for 2016 federal funding through the Recreational Trail Program at its meeting Jan 14 in Lincoln.
With snow cover providing favorable conditions for prescribed burning, people in northwestern Nebraska may notice more plumes of smoke rising from forest areas in coming weeks.
Wild turkeys from Nebraska received a one-way trip to Montana last week, courtesy of the states’ wildlife management officials.
Ag producers are invited to attend a free informational meeting about what the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can offer them.
Nebraska’s outdoors in the winter can be just as much fun as the other seasons.
Spring turkey hunting permits will be available from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission starting at 1 p.m. Central Time on Jan. 11.
Gov. Pete Ricketts has reappointed Dick Bell of Omaha to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. In addition, the governor has appointed Dan Kreitman of Ceresco to the Commission.
Continued sightings of a moose within the city limits of North Platte have prompted Nebraska Game and Parks Commission officials to immobilize and relocate the moose to a wildlife management area.
Producers in south central and southeastern Nebraska have until Jan. 15 to apply for funding to help improve grasslands for grazing and wildlife.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has secured a grant to build a proposed Environmental Education Trail at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park (SP) near Ashland.
Learn the basics of ice fishing or pick up a few new tips at three free Discover Ice Fishing clinics in January.
Take your family or friends to the Roger G. Sykes Outdoor Heritage Education Complex over the holidays to learn some new shooting skills or hone some existing ones.
Nebraska’s first bighorn sheep hunt of the 2015 season ended successfully in the Wildcat Hills near Gering this week.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will burn tree piles, as weather and snow cover allow, at several sites across the state.
As of Dec. 8, nearly 50,000 deer have been harvested, compared to 45,000 last year and 42,500 in 2013.
Enjoy the holiday with family and friends with a reservations-only Christmas buffet at The Lodge restaurant at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park’s Peter Kiewit Lodge near Ashland on Dec. 25.
Not only will a bighorn sheep harvested near Crawford in Nebraska’s Pine Ridge region on Wednesday have the special distinction of being the state’s 20th but also will likely go down as…..
Six whooping cranes present at the WMA since Nov. 13 left the area and continued their migration south on Dec. 1.
Father Hupp Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is temporarily closed effective immediately due to the presence of six endangered whooping cranes.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission wants to remind hunters about the River Antlerless permits that remain available.
The samples were collected in 2015 from bats hibernating in a mine in Cass County in eastern Nebraska.
Nebraska’s fifth annual special youth pheasant hunt was a success this year, with mentors providing youth with a safe, positive and successful hunting experience.
Nebraska has recorded its second-highest bull elk harvest ever.
Pheasant numbers are 55 percent higher than last year.
Family, friends and longtime colleagues gathered at Branched Oak Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Lancaster County on Oct. 24 to dedicate the field trial area to Chester (Chet) A. McClain.
Upland game hunters across Nebraska will have improved prospects during this year’s pheasant season.
Hunters across the state saw noticeably improved hunting for pheasant and quail on the opening weekend of the season Oct. 31 – Nov. 1, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
The league consists of a 50-round course that is both fun and challenging to shoot for both advanced and novice shooters.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has received a $150,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to provide Monarch Butterfly habitat.
Volunteer youth fishing instructors will be certified by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission at a free workshop on Oct. 17 at Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium
Fort Hartsuff State Historic Park will host The Timeline of American Military Firearms, 1860-1990 on Oct. 3-4.
Nebraska’s fall turkey season is now open, and hunters are taking to the woods and fields for a chance to fill their tags for this fall turkey hunt.
Experience the annual Missouri River Outdoor Expo on Sept. 19-20 at Ponca State Park for a fun, skill-building, educational and entertaining weekend for the family.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reminds hunters of several things to accomplish and be aware of as hunting seasons begin.
September in Nebraska means football – and hunting. The first day of the month brings the opener of several hunting seasons, including dove, grouse and archery deer.