Nebraska Outdoor Calendar

Flying WILD Educator Workshop

NE
Virtual Event

Flying WILD activities and bird festivals provide a wonderful way to introduce students to the study of birds and related habitat issues. But, why is it important to study birds? The answer is simple: Look around! Birds are everywhere-whether you’re glancing out a window, strolling down the block, or looking up at the sky. From […]

Project WILD Educator Workshop

NE
Virtual Event

Want to learn more about Environmental Education in Nebraska? Project WILD will help teach lessons about life cycles, habitats, wildlife populations, biodiversity and much more. Come learn new skills and ways to implement activities into your classroom. The updated curriculum builds upon changing wildlife conservations needs and advances in instructional methodology in Pre-k through 12th […]

Project WILD Educator Workshop

NE
Virtual Event

Want to learn more about Environmental Education in Nebraska? Project WILD will help teach lessons about life cycles, habitats, wildlife populations, biodiversity and much more. Come learn new skills and ways to implement activities into your classroom. The updated curriculum builds upon changing wildlife conservations needs and advances in instructional methodology in Pre-k through 12th […]

City Nature Challenge 2021: Lincoln, NE

NE

What birds are singing in your neighborhood? What insects are visiting your garden? How many types of trees are on your block? Join cities from around the world in documenting the wildlife that calls our urban environments home during the 2021 City Nature Challenge. Over 200 cities worldwide will be exploring their homes, gardens, and […]

Mammals About Town

NE
Virtual Event

Lincoln and Lancaster County are home to many species of mammals, but finding them isn’t always easy. In this presentation we’ll look at what mammals can be found in the area, what their tracks look like, and what their scat looks like. We’ll also discuss the tracks and scat of some other non-mammal species as […]

Free

Conservation Career Chat-Conservation Officer

NE

We’ve all heard the question “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Many times the answer is a doctor, a lawyer, a firefighter, or even an NBA superstar. Well, what about a web designer? Or a conservation officer? Or a fisheries biologist? Many times you don’t hear those careers be mentioned, but […]

Aquatic WILD Educator Workshop

NE
Virtual Event

Are you interested in connecting your students to Nebraska’s aquatic resources but don’t feel that you have the resources you need to do it? Join us for a FREE workshop where we will explore methods to engage students in science-based activities that are both fun and educational. A member of the Project WILD family, Aquatic […]

Growing Up WILD Educator Workshop

NE
Virtual Event

Would you like more resources, ideas, and inspiration to use nature as your classroom? Then join us for this FREE workshop where we will focus on engaging children in nature through discoveries and science! Growing up WILD provides an early foundation for developing positive attitudes and behaviors about nature and life-long social and academic skills. […]

Cedar Valley WMA Public Virtual Meeting

NE
Virtual Event

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will be hosting a virtual meeting April 13 to seek public input on improvements to the Cedar Valley WMA in southeastern Lincoln County that will make it easier for hunters to sight in their rifles and target shoot. Registration for the virtual meeting is required. Click here to register. Public […]

Pre-K Nature Tails Program

NE
Virtual Event

Gather your little ducklings, tadpoles, and bookworms for Nebraska Game and Parks’ new pre-k virtual nature program- Nature Tails! Every Tuesday at 10am (Central Time) our outdoor educators from across the state will be reading a nature-themed children’s book in collaboration with the theme that week via ZOOM. After a short book there will be […]

Pre-K Nature Tails Program

NE
Virtual Event

Gather your little ducklings, tadpoles, and bookworms for Nebraska Game and Parks’ new pre-k virtual nature program- Nature Tails! Every Tuesday at 10am (Central Time) our outdoor educators from across the state will be reading a nature-themed children’s book in collaboration with the theme that week via ZOOM. After a short book there will be […]

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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