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Crescent Lake NWR
Agate Fossil Beds NM
North Platte River
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Nebraska is know for migration of
the Sandhill Cranes in March. Best
places to view them is between
Kearney and Grand Island, and from
state highway 44 east to Denman Road
on the south side of the Platte
River. This area includes Fort
Kearney State Historical Park and
the Rowe Sanctuary. You can rent a
blind at the
Rowe Sanctuary. Take
the hike/bike trail at Fort Kearney
to the bridge over the Platte River.
. East of the Rowe Sanctuary, on
Lowell Road, there is a Crane
viewing area on the river. Also
from the crane viewing area east on
Elm Island Road, is probably the
best area for viewing the cranes
feeding in the fields and flying
overhead during the day. Best photo
opportunities are early in the
morning before the cranes take off
for feeding or in the evening when
they have returned for the night
Rose Creek Wildlife Management area south and west of Fairbury has an old mausoleum that
was carved into the bank on Rose Creek. It is a two room cave.
The ancient dam on the Little Blue River on the south edge of Fairbury which creates
a 15 foot waterfall the entire width of the river.
Fairbury and Steele City each have an historical district with restored buildings.
The Niobrara River valley
Nebraska: Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge
Hiobrara National Wildlife Refuge, located Five miles east of Valentine on Route 12 is the home to
bison, elk, antelope, deer, prairie dogs and a herd of Texas longhorns.
The Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha
Boyer Chute NWR
fall foliage in Nebraska is best along the Missouri River in Easten Nebraska.
Try the Platte River State Park, Indian Cave State Park, Arbor Lodge Historical
Park in Nebraska City, Lewis and Clark Lake State Recreation Area, Niobrara State
Park and Rock Creek Station State Historical Park. In Northwestern Nebraska
try Pine Ridge. Rock Creek State Historical Park located east of Fairbury. This is where
Wild Bill Hickok began his gun fighting career in 1861 and when he killed David
McCanles. Ruts left by covered wagons traveling on the Oregon Trail are still visible
and are best photographed early or late in the day when the sun is low. Rock Creek
Station has been recreated. There are covered wagons around the log cabins.
There are many acres of wooded areas in the park to hike and photograph.
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