The state will restock Wagon Train with hundreds of thousands of game fish, but it could be a few years before it produces keepers.
I’d only been in a kayak once before. For 15 minutes off the coast of Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, in 2010. The hard plastic top-seat kayak hurt my lower back, and I decided I’d never step foot in one again.
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Streams, creeks and rivers meander their sinuous curves across Nebraska’s landscapes. These ribbons of water intersect with the “relentless rectangularity” of our road grid, one-mile squares laid out over the state. The “Stream Crossings” exhibition of large-format color photographs examines…
The Nebraska Corvette Association will display its finest cars for audience members to view before and during the Lincoln Municipal Band's concert from 7-8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7, at Antelope Park.
Five bulls and three cows were killed during the July 1-31 season on private land in specific parts of Lincoln, Perkins, Keith, Deuel and Garden counties.
Kolby Nash, known as “Catfish Kolby” by the locals, began selling his bait at gas stations three years ago. Now, his product is in 30 stores across three states.
🎧 One year ago a fatal grizzly attack captured national headlines. A new report looks at how bears and humans can coexist.
Yellowstone, at 2.2 million acres, was America’s first national park.
A variety of August events are planned at Nebraska's state parks for those interested in history, conservation, nature and just having a good time.
The park was the state's fourth-most visited in 2021, behind Mahoney, Fort Robinson and Ponca.
Wachiska Audubon Society and Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center are again collaborating to bring back last summer’s garden tour. Tour the Wild Side is a free, self-led tour across Lincoln to six locations Saturday, Aug. 6 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Are you interested in acquiring bearded irises for your garden? A wide selection is available today, July 30, at the Lincoln Iris Society's public sale and auction from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with an auction of newer varieties at 11 a.m., at St. Andrews Lutheran Church, 1015 Lancaster Lane.
Aldersgate Gardens at 84th and South streets will be the venue for a garden party and ice cream social celebrating connections to nature on Sunday, July 31, from 4-7 p.m.
Adults age 21 and over can enjoy craft beers and live music by Josh Hoyer and Soul Colossal today, July 30, from 6-11 p.m. at Brews at the Zoo at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo, 1222 S. 27th St.
The Lincoln Municipal Band will perform family-friendly music at a "Sunday Fun Day, Bring a Picnic" concert from 7-8 p.m. Sunday, July 31, at Antelope Park.
Other insects, birds and bats can help us limit damage of garden pests.
The spotted lanternfly — an invasive plant hopper from China that can kill grapevines and many trees — was found in central Iowa this month and spurred a swift response to contain and eradicate it.
Nebraska Game and Parks has determined that the cat spotted outside of a Wahoo home last week was a house cat and not a mountain lion. Homeowner Jody Hunke disagrees.
Spring is a period when many birds are on the move. This means it is a great time of year for birders to be on the lookout for rarities or vagrants.
Since they started, they’ve found pictures of coyotes, bobcats, whitetail deer, fox, turkeys, skunks, beavers, opossum, mink, woodchucks, a bald eagle and a bull snake.
The Lincoln Municipal Band will perform the concert "Heroes: Thanking Our First Responders" from 7-8 p.m. Sunday, July 24, at Antelope Park.
A new report found that a California woman who was fatally mauled by a grizzly bear in Montana last summer was the victim of a rare predatory attack by bear that had learned to seek out human food. The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee’s Board of Review concluded the bear was likely attracted to food and scents near her tent. Leah Davis Lokan of Chico was mauled in the pre-dawn hours of July 6, 2021, in Ovando. The investigation found Lokan moved some food out of her tent but two bags that previously held dried blueberries remained. The bear was shot two days later.
Of Nebraska’s 29 species of snakes, only four of them are venomous: the prairie rattlesnake, western massasauga rattlesnake, timber rattlesnake and copperhead.