Birds

Birding in Nebraska

Sandhill Cranes are just the beginning of your Nebraska birding adventure.
Photo: Gordon Warrick
Birds

Birding in Nebraska

Sandhill Cranes are just the beginning of your Nebraska birding adventure.

From east to west, north to south, the diversity of Nebraska habitats -- Missouri River riparian areas, eastern tallgrass prairie, wetlands of the Rainwater Basin, the Platte and Niobrara rivers, the Sandhills and Pine Ridge areas -- make the state a challenging and rewarding birding destination.

The following links can help you find the best places to go birding in Nebraska:

Audubon Society of Omaha

Nebraska Ornithologists' Union

Nebraska Birding Trails

Kathy's Western Nebraska Birding

Nebraska Flyway

Online Guide to North American Birds

Spring welcomes the return of migratory birds to the nation's backyards and woodlands. Learn  more about your favorite avian visitors with Audubon's online bird ID guide, covering over 800 North American species. Explore descriptions, photos, range maps and bird songs at http://birds.audubon.org/birdid.

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