Women interested in learning all aspects of rifle shooting are invited to attend a series of Beyond Becoming an Outdoors-Woman classes in July at various locations across southeast Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider 2015 early teal season dates at its meeting July 16 in Sidney.
A habitat project will begin sometime this summer on Bassway Strip Wildlife Management Area in Buffalo County to benefit bobwhite quail, wild turkey, white-tailed deer and many other species.
A boating accident on the morning of June 29 in the tailwaters below Gavins Point Dam in Cedar County claimed the life of a 68-year-old Creighton woman.
Meat processors have until July 20 to apply for participation in the 2015 Hunters Helping the Hungry program, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Develop outdoor skills this summer at the Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center. The center is offering summer day camps perfect for the budding outdoorsman or outdoorswoman in your life.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center in Lincoln offers basics skills training to women interested in learning about handguns during the new Ladies’ Day at the Range series.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will use $10,000 in funding from a grant program for continued development and management planning for the Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail.
Family dining against the backdrop of the scenic Platte River is returning to Eugene T. Mahoney State Park (SP).
All wildlife species surveyed during the 2015 April Rural Mail Carrier Survey appeared to have a good overwinter survival heading into breeding season.
Women looking for new adventures or a fun-filled weekend with friends and family can find what they’re looking for in Becoming an Outdoors-Woman activities in Nebraska.
Learn all aspects of rimfire sporter rifle shooting at a clinic at Platte River State Park this summer.
Aggressive Nebraska Moose often show a variety of signs, including pinned back or flattened ears with fur raised around the neck and back…
Hayden Baehr of the Wilber 5 Clovers 4-H team was perfect Thursday.
Dean Rodgers of Papillion-LaVista won the Cornhusker Cup at the 46th Cornhusker Trapshoot on Saturday.
Omaha police shot and killed a mountain lion near 120th and Q streets in Millard on Wednesday evening.
Cast a vote for Nebraska as one of America’s Top Family Fishing and Boating Spots and become eligible to win a Florida family vacation.
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…