DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge will have an antlerless muzzleloader deer hunt the weekend of Jan. 7-8.
One of the hunters was flown to Lincoln because of his serious injuries.
The eagle's recovery could take several months.
For now, the Nebraska mountain lion is living in an enclosure originally built to house leopards confiscated from a meth lab.
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The park hopes to reopen the floating playground by next weekend, but it's not making any promises.
The 420-foot boardwalk cost $800,000.
The park was the state's fourth-most visited in 2021, behind Mahoney, Fort Robinson and Ponca.
Hunters may begin purchasing 2022 Nebraska fall turkey permits at 1 p.m. Aug. 8.
A Fremont woman died and to other local residents were injured in a two-vehicle accident Saturday evening on U.S. Highway 30 and County Road 19.
Public invited to take part in turkey survey
The male eagle likely died of electrocution, and the chick in the nest may have succumbed to malnutrition.
Biologists are trying to determine why the state's wild turkey population has dropped 45% since the late 2000s.
The confiscated crappie and bluegill will ultimately feed the injured birds of prey at the Raptor Recovery Center.
“There are people who are just flat pissed off. Why would somebody do something this stupid?” said Layne Hans, who would drive from Seward just to watch the birds.
A bull elk tag will be auctioned off by the Nebraska Big Game Society on April 14 in Lincoln.
In the next five years, the state hopes to upgrade 1,000 RV sites and build 500 more.
The lion could be from the same litter as a young male found abandoned in the area last fall and sent to the Scottsbluff zoo.
The state approved the first river otter trapping season last year, after the population reached an estimated 2,000 animals.
The discovery marked the Lincoln area's second confirmed big cat in less than a month.