The three hunting accidents reported to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in 2016 were the fewest recorded in a year since the state began keeping track in 1958.
Waterfowl hunters are reminded that they must identify their target when hunting this winter.
Since 1984, tax-deductible donations to the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund have helped the thousands of nongame species that call Nebraska home.
Valentine-area residents will be allowed to collect firewood at Government Canyon on the Valentine State Fish Hatchery from Jan. 1-31, 2017.
Due to inclement weather, all holiday activities Dec. 17 at Platte River State Park scheduled for 3 p.m. and later have been cancelled.
Give someone you love the gift of lifetime permits, stamps. Order now to take advantage of current prices; new pricing will go into effect Jan. 1, 2017.
The 2017 vehicle park entry permits for Nebraska state parks are now available on the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s website.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will kick off its public informational meetings about big game animal management at two sites in the Panhandle.
Nebraska’s only bighorn sheep hunting permit holder for 2016, Brett Roberg of Holdrege, ended his hunt successfully at Fort Robinson State Park on Monday.
A bull elk harvested by a Seward girl in September is not only the new non-typical record for Nebraska, it also ranks 16th in the all-time world records maintained by the Boone and Crockett Club.
Celebrate the season with winter, holiday fun at Ponca SP. Now through the last day of winter, the park offers a variety of seasonal events for families.
Mule deer harvest has increased for the third consecutive year to 8,486 (up 2 percent) and is on track to beat the 2008 record of 9,115 adult bucks.
The Panhandle Conservation Club of Scottsbluff has pledged $1,000 to match the $1,000 being offered by the Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers program.
The large bull elk was found in a wheat field along Squaw Mound Road southeast of Crawford, believed to have been killed the night of Saturday, Nov. 12.
The opening two days of the Nebraska’s firearm deer season started off strong, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Hunters are invited to donate deer to the ‘Hunters Helping the Hungry’ (HHH) program this fall so ground venison may be provided to Nebraskans in need.
The Nov. 12 opener of firearm deer season is approaching and excitement and anticipation are building for Nebraskans.
Nebraska youth got to experience an upland hunt as adult mentors took them afield for the state’s special youth pheasant hunt Oct. 22-23.
While hunters reported seeing good numbers of birds, unseasonably warm, dry weather over much of the state negatively affected hunter success.
The statewide Nebraska pheasant, quail and partridge season is Oct. 29 – Jan 31. Permits are available at OutdoorNebraska.org.
The conference aims to bring landowners and fire professionals together to facilitate the discussion of challenges and successes with prescribed burning.
The Farm Service Agency has several Continuous Conservation Reserve Program options available to Nebraska producers on a first-come, first-served basis.
Each year the Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers hosts only one event to help raise funds for the rewards they provide to protect wildlife.
Alicia Hardin has been selected as the wildlife division administrator for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Nebraskans can support wildlife and conservation education in the state by purchasing a special vehicle license plate.