The United States Postal Service teamed up with National Park Service officials to release 16 stamps featuring a view from a national park or a related plant, animal or structure.
Nebraska duck hunters will find good news in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s recent 2016 waterfowl population status report.
The 16-member river council, which consists of local landowners and elected officials from the area, voted earlier this year to oppose a federal purchase of the property after criticism of a plan by the National Park Service to buy it.
John Laux says hunters don’t have to worry about the priorities of the man in charge of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s new pheasant initiative.
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Hunters may begin donating deer to the Hunters Helping the Hungry program Sept. 1 at 18 processor locations around the state.
A health advisory remains in effect for a second week at Branched Oak and Pawnee lakes in Lancaster County. Additionally, an advisory is in effect at Willow Creek Lake in Pierce County.
Lake McConaughy, the Great Depression-era reservoir that attracts more than 1 million annual visitors in western Nebraska, is on the verge of a 21st-century makeover.
A new, interactive map for recreational users of the Missouri River made a big splash with Nebraska Game and Parks commissioners Thursday.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission adopted fee increases to some permits and stamps at its meeting Aug. 18 in Broken Bow.
Learn about the birds that may be found at Fremont State Recreation Area during a guided birding walk Aug. 20.
An aquatic habitat improvement project has begun at Bowman Lake, just west of Loup City in Sherman County. Bowman Lake has long suffered from poor aquatic habitat conditions resulting in mediocre fishing opportunities.
After 20 years as a fishing guide, the Wynot resident knows every good fishing hole on his 40-mile stretch of the Missouri River.
The annual Nebraska Youth Smallbore Silhouette Invitational will be held Sept. 24 at Pressey Wildlife Management Area in central Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will return to the Nebraska Building for the 2016 Nebraska State Fair with a full schedule of fun activities for the entire family.
Adult zebra mussels are established along the entire length of the Missouri River in Nebraska, according to recent field inspections conducted by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission aquatic invasive species technicians.
Hunters may begin donating deer to the Hunters Helping the Hungry (HHH) program Sept. 1 at 18 processor locations around the state. Three additional processors will accept deer for the program starting Nov. 12.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider proposed fee increases to some permits and stamps when it meets Aug. 18 in Broken Bow.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will certify youth fishing instructors Aug. 20 at Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium.
August is a great time to obtain Hunter Education certification in Nebraska. With hunting seasons on the horizon, courses are forming and filling up.
Families and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy a series of educational workshops at Ponca State Park Aug. 3-7.
After my story on spring bear hunting in Canada earlier this month, a reader asked why it is acceptable to bait animals in the area of northwest Ontario where I hunted.
Nebraska’s upland bird harvest increased from the 2014 season to the 2015 season, and hunter participation was up as well.
Fontenelle Forest launched a 24/7 hotline, dedicated solely to assisting injured or orphaned raptors. The raptor rescue line will connect callers with a regional expert who will be able to advise them.
Grant Pavelka and Tyler Rowland of North Platte High School caught a five-fish limit weighing 15.85 pounds to capture the Nebraska High School Fishing Championship for the second year in a row. The event took place July 23 at Elwood Reservoir Wildlife Management Area north of Elwood in Gosper County.