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CHADRON — Among the highlights of Chadron State Park’s centennial celebration was the opening of its new indoor archery and pellet gun range.
LINCOLN — A master plan is being developed for the Fort Kearny State Recreation Area and State Historical Park; and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking public input.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has declared a fish salvage for Wagon Train Lake at Wagon Train State Recreation Area east of Hickman in advance of an Aquatic Habitat Project to be completed in the fall.
LINCOLN — Private landowners have until June 23 to enroll their land in Open Fields and Waters, a voluntary program in which they can earn additional income for allowing walk-in hunting, trapping and/or fishing access on their properties.
My neighbors told me the other day that they were heading out on a Friday night to camp at a popular state recreation area in order to “get away from it all” on a nice weekend.
LINCOLN — Join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in celebrating the parks system centennial year with a two-day birthday bash June 11-12 at Chadron State Park.
LINCOLN — Consider your motivations on why you enjoy fishing. Is it to catch a meal, compete for the largest fish, get away from life’s stresses or to be with friends?
LINCOLN — While many Nebraska boaters are eager to enjoy a summer day on the lake, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission urges them to be wary of a nasty hitchhiker: The zebra mussel.
Typically, trap shooters adorn a variety of accessories to enable a better game. They wear a pouch or vest to hold 25-50 cartridges so they can compete in either singles or doubles events.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider recommendations for a 2022 mountain lion hunting season, as well as a 2021 river otter harvest season, at its Friday, June 11, meeting in Chadron.
KEARNEY — Pheasants Forever announces that it will receive $1.1 Million from the Nebraska Environmental Trust (NET) for the following programs: Corners for Wildlife (CFW), Pathway for Wildlife (PFW), Grassland Improvement Program (GIP) and the Mobile Prescribed Burn Unit & Education Out…
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission recently received $200,000 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for the Nebraska Natural Legacy Project: New Approaches to Biodiversity Conservation.
As parkgoers gear up for the traditional return of camping season this Memorial Day weekend, sites from Ponca to Smith Falls are welcoming Nebraskans back into the outdoors after a year of health guidelines and social distancing.
LINCOLN — Warming weather brings out paddlers looking to enjoy a day on the water. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reminds them to keep safety their top priority.