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“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven” is an often-quoted verse found in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8. Inspire…

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The Top 10 attractions in the state for 2017 were tallied based on visitor numbers reported to the Nebraska Tourism Commission. Click through …

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By the time this goes to print, 80 percent of all the cranes on the planet will be on their annual spring migration north, and congregating al…

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Sandhill cranes congregated in Nebraska’s Platte River Valley from late February through early April, offering up their annual show in the air…

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The Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department invites the public to go along on the Pioneers Park Nature Center’s tour of the sandhill crane migration.

Any longtime resident of Nebraska knows there is no such thing as a “normal” spring. This spring provides more evidence. The bitter cold snap …

Fossil records show sandhill cranes have been present on Earth for 9 million years. How this ancient bird species become so iconic in Nebraska might have something to do with a small group of people who were concerned with the state of our environment and its impact on wildlife species. What that group started continues 44 years later.

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