Bird Watching in Nebraska

A cardinal perched in a tree.Nebraska is a state that many different species of bird either call home or they inhabit here seasonally. Songbirds, upland game birds (pheasants, quail, chukar, prairie chicken, sharptail grouse, partridge, dove), raptors (eagles and hawks), turkey, and waterfowl (ducks and geese) are some of the types of birds found in Nebraska.

If you are serious about viewing birds, plan on visiting Nebraska. There are many great opportunities to view multiple species in a day. NEOGA members will be able to assist you with your requests.

A Baltimore Oriole is perched on a barbed wire fence in Nebraska.You may have the opportunity to go bird watching while on a hunting or fishing trip in Nebraska. Simply inquire with a NEOGA member for specie availability and time of season.

Remember to bring a good digital camera in order to preserve your bird watching experience for years to come.

View the NEOGA members page where you will find information on their operations and links to their websites which contain additional details on their bird watching trips. Or you can fill out our contact form and any member that has what you are looking for will get back to you.



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