CreatorsPublishersAdvertisers

Nebraska Pets & Animals

West Point News

Friends of Baron Foundation funds service dog for Nebraska State Patrol

Thanks to The Friends of Baron Companion Animal Foundation in West Point the Nebraska State Patrol has added Gable, a Belgian Malinois to its K-9 force. In September 2020, the Nebraska State Patrol Police Service Dog (PSD) division received a donation of $11,500 from the Friends of Baron Companion Animal Foundation.
NEBRASKA STATE
Picture for Friends of Baron Foundation funds service dog for Nebraska State Patrol
journaldemocrat.com

Otoe County students study butterfly life cycle through Nebraska Extension

Students from across Otoe County have been learning about butterflies through the 4-H school enrichment program Butterfly Wings, said Erin Steinhoff, Otoe County 4-H Extension Assistant. Students from 11 second-grade classrooms at Bennet Elementary, the St. Benedict’s campus of Lourdes Central Catholic, Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca Elementary, and Northside Elementary learned about the...
NEBRASKA STATE
Picture for Otoe County students study butterfly life cycle through Nebraska Extension
RELATED CHANNELS
kbsi23.com

Tigers, snow leopards test positive for COVID-19 at Nebraska zoo

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The tigers and snow leopards at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo have tested positive for COVID-19. Over the weekend, animal keepers noticed symptoms in the animals consistent with the virus. Fecal samples and nasal swabs were collected and some of the animals tested positive, the zoo says.
NEBRASKA STATE
La Grande Observer

Officials approve culling two wolves after eight cattle were attacked in NE Oregon

UKIAH — Oregon wildlife officials have authorized killing up to two wolves in the Ukiah Valley south of Pendleton where eight calves were attacked in a three-day span. The first depredation report came on Sept. 25, when a ranch hand discovered one dead and six injured calves in a 200-acre private pasture. All were about six months old and weighed between 450 and 550 pounds. Two of the injured livestock were later euthanized.
NEBRASKA STATE
La Grande Observer

Officials confirm eight cattle attacked by wolves in NE Oregon

UKIAH — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed eight cattle were recently attacked by wolves in the Ukiah Valley south of Pendleton, though it remains unclear which pack is responsible. The first report came on Sept. 25, when a ranch hand discovered one dead and six injured...
NEBRASKA STATE
RELATED PEOPLE
capitalpress.com

Officials confirm eight cattle attacked by wolves in NE Oregon

UKIAH, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed eight cattle were recently attacked by wolves in the Ukiah Valley south of Pendleton, though it remains unclear which pack is responsible. The first report came on Sept. 25, when a ranch hand discovered one dead and six...
NEBRASKA STATE
doniphanherald.com

Gobs of gulls putting on a show at one of Nebraska's largest lakes

One of Nebraska's lesser-known migratory bird spectacles is underway at Harlan County Lake. Thousands of gulls on their journey south made a pit stop at the lake near Alma last weekend. The lake, one of Nebraska's largest, is about 40 miles southwest of Kearney. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...
NEBRASKA STATE

You Can Go Camping With Cows And Chickens At White Tail Meadows In Nebraska

Breathing in the fresh air and spending time with animals can be so good for the soul, don’t you think? We have so many opportunities to get outdoors and close to animals in Nebraska, but one certainly stands apart from the rest. When you check into White Tail Meadows in Nebraska, you’ll be happily greeted […] The post You Can Go Camping With Cows And Chickens At White Tail Meadows In Nebraska appeared first on Only In Your State.
NEBRASKA STATE
RELATED PUBLISHERS
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE