Nebraska Outdoor Calendar

Common Wetland Birds of Nebraska

Online-Facebook Live NE
Virtual Event

Join Aquatic Ecology Education Specialist Grace Gaard, in a talk about the birds you might see when exploring Nebraska’s wetlands. From shorebirds to waterfowl, there are some seriously cool species that you are likely to run into when visiting our wetlands. Please note this is a virtual presentation. Registration is required.

Nebraska Wetlands and the Journey of Cranes

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Virtual Event

In celebration of American Wetlands Month, join Beka Yates, Education Manager at Rowe Sanctuary in Gibbon, Nebraska as she shares about our central Nebraska wetlands and their role in the migration of Sandhill Cranes across the state. Please note this is a virtual presentation. Registration is required.

Wetland Storytelling: A Look Behind the Scenes of the Wetland Outreach and Education Project

Online - Zoom NE
Virtual Event

Join some of the producers from Platte Basin Timelapse as they share about the Wetland Outreach and Education Project, a partnership of various conservation organizations hoping to share the story of Nebraska’s wetlands. Hear filmmaker stories and see the scenes they have captured along the way as they work to tell the special stories of […]

Nebraska’s Saline Wetlands and the Salt Creek Tiger Beetle

Online - Zoom NE
Virtual Event

Join Ted LaGrange, Wetland Program Manager and Shaun Dunn, Natural Heritage Zoologist, as they dive into the unique history of Nebraska’s saline wetlands and the species that thrive there. In particular, the endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle, found nowhere else in the world! Please note this is a virtual presentation. Registration is required.

Wetland Wildlife in Nebraska

Online - Zoom NE
Virtual Event

Wetlands naturally attract wildlife. Diverse species of insects, mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians rely on healthy wetlands for survival. Join Aquatic Ecology Education Specialist Grace Gaard in this program all about Nebraska wetland wildlife. Please note this is a virtual program. Registration is required.

Time outdoors is time well spent

Nebraska Game and Parks offers a plethora of opportunities beyond events. You can get away and unwind by planning a trip to a Nebraska state park. You can catch the next big one, go wildlife viewing, plan a hunt or more. Or you can help us celebrate our park system’s 100th birthday. Go ahead: Build your own adventure.

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