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The entire population of whooping cranes in the Central Flyway is expected to migrate through Nebraska over the next several weeks. Conservation entities encourage the public to report whooping crane
Joseph Brinkhoff of Mater Dei Academy in Omaha had the day’s high score of 288 points in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) state tournament in Lincoln on March 28.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission made changes to the 2015 big game regulations March 20 at a meeting in Lexington.
Northeast Nebraska’s Niobrara State Park will become an outdoor classroom May 8 at the fourth annual Outdoor Educational Rendezvous at Niobrara State Park.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has completed the second year of an annual mule deer survey in portions of the Pine Ridge management unit in northwestern Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will host the meeting at the Niobrara Lodge, 803 E. U.S. Highway 20, from 7-9 p.m. A presentation on the projects will be foll
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider changes to big game regulations March 20 at a meeting in Lexington
A young male mountain lion was shot and killed on the evening of March 8 approximately 5 miles south of Whiteclay in Sheridan County.
Construction has begun on a new, family friendly shooting complex at Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area near Gering.
The workshops will take place March 7 near Gretna, March 17 in Lincoln, March 18 in Grand Island and Chadron, March 19 in North Platte, and March 28 in Norfolk.
This is the third year of the collaring effort in the Niobrara River region between Valentine and Bassett.
A record 146 bald eagle nests were surveyed in 2014 by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and its partners, with 111 of the nests being active.
Mid-February is a good time to get outdoors with the family for some fresh air and exercise and go hunting for shed deer antlers.
Waterfowlers should be aware of two changes to this year’s Light Goose Conservation Order, which opens across the state on Feb. 9.
Learn how weather can impact the success of prescribed fires at upcoming workshops in Nebraska.
Home-schooled students interested in learning or advancing their skills in archery are invited to an open house Feb. 19 at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved grant awards for the 2015 Land and Water Conservation Fund Stateside Assistance Program (LWCF) at a meeting Jan. 15 in Lincoln.
Spring turkey hunting permits will be available from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission starting at 1 p.m. Central Time on Jan. 12 2015.
Being outdoors in the winter also means being safe in the coldest of temperatures. Avoiding hypothermia is key…
Learn how to score a trophy at a free workshop Jan. 8 in Lincoln. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center…
An individual hunting in the area reported finding the mountain lion, which was estimated to be about a year and a half old, late last week…
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission announced that as of Dec. 5, 44,379 deer have been taken in all seasons, compared to 42,562 by the same date last year.
In order to find success, one hunter this week made the 430-mile journey from Western, Nebraska, to Western Nebraska. Yes, you read that right.
Conservation officers are seeking information in the investigation of the illegal killing and abandonment of a bull elk in northwestern Nebraska…
According to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, an 89-pound female mountain lion was harvested on the morning of Nov. 17 in Dakota County.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will release rooster pheasants at nine wildlife management areas in time for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
The last time the state approved two bighorn permits in one year was 2011. There is one lottery permit this year for the Dec. 2-22 season…
According to the NGPC, a 157-pound male mountain lion was harvested on the evening of Oct. 5 in Knox County near Lewis and Clark Lake.
The NGPC has announced that The Missouri River Outdoor Expo, a huge annual event showcasing outdoor activities of all types, will mark its 10th anniversary Sept. 20-21 at Ponca State Park.
According to the NGPC, a 23-year-old Iowa man has been cited for shooting a mountain lion out of season near Crawford on the evening of September 6th.
This free competition is open to Nebraska high, junior high and middle school students who have received a certificate verifying completion of a hunter education program…
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has announced that hunters may enter a lottery to gain deer hunting access to Platte River Recreation Access (PRRA) lands in the central Platte River Valley.
With the start of the archery deer hunting season on September 1st, NGPC reminds that hunters may donate harvested deer at any contracted Hunters Helping the Hungry processor.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners has approved recommendations for the 2014 waterfowl and crow hunting seasons during a meeting in Grand Island.
September is Nebraska archaeology Month and staff of the Nebraska State Historical Society will lead tours of the archaeological sites at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park on Sept. 6-7.