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[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20121107_514_148468.jpg]3870Calamus Reservoir
Calamus Reservoir SRA/WMA in fall following summer irrigation drawdown.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20141008_2059_165045.jpg]6960Full moon
A full moon hangs over grasslands and a windmill on private property in Sioux County
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ak_100614_04.jpg]7760Mexican Canyon
Sunset along the Mexican Canyon at Fort Robinson State Park near Crawford.
Amy Kucera/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20140520_2099_163811.jpg]7170Northern saw-whet owl
A northern saw-whet owl chick, fledged from a nest box on the Wildcat Hills Wildlife Management Area south of Gering just moments prior. The box, which was placed by Wayne Mollhoff of Ashland, is the first documented nesting site of saw-whet owls in the state.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20140925_1485_164271.jpg]6750Yucca plant
The dried flower of a yucca plant at Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20131024_1720_122317.jpg]8220Fall Colors at Ice House Ponds
Fall colors at Ice House Ponds, Fort Robinson State Park.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20131023_1495_122249.jpg]7300Phragmites
A patch of phragmites glows in the early morning sunlight east of Crawford.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jg20131214_313_136978.jpg]7770Leaves in Snow
Leaves in the snow at Lake Maloney SRA in North Platte.
Julie Geiser/NEBRASKAlandMagazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130609_4888_86838.jpg]7420Fly Fishing
Gary Roby of Alliance casts a fly rod during an early morning fishing trip to Grabel Ponds at Fort Robinson State Park. Roby was chasing rainbow trout with his grandson, Aaron Schrotberger of Sidney.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130919_0378_115648.jpg]6870Fallen Leaves
Fallen leaves in Chadron Creek signify the beginning of fall at Chadron State Park.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_aaaak20140602_05_152150.jpg]8500Bull Snake
A bull snake slithers across cottonwood bark at Fort Robinson State Park.
Amy Kucera/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jn20131022_077_120103.jpg]8270Yucca Plants
Yucca plants against the sunset at Fort Robinson State Park.
Jenny Nguyen/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130626_5912.jpg]7660Great Blue Heron
A great blue heron wades in the shallows of a small lake in Dawes County.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk20130723_006_154338-1.jpg]7690Dotted gayfeather
Dotted gayfeather in Sarpy County.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jf_dsc0744_24x36_156910.jpg]8060Bison with Sunflowers
This bison is looking stylish with a few sunflowers stuck on his horn.
Jon Farrar/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jg201307018_743_120169_1.jpg]8540Night rain
A night rain storm with lightning at Niobrara State Park.
Julie Geiser/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_christensen-bullfrog-6-23-14.jpg]8140Bullfrog
A bullfrog surfaces from a Sarpy County wetland near Springfield.
Lexi Christensen/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_bg_mg_1540_147806.jpg]8530Great Horned Owl Fledgling
A fierce-looking great horned owl fledgling looks out with curiosity, disdain - but certainly not fear - from a nest opening on an exposed rock wall northwest of Bridgeport.
Bob Grier/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_bg_dsc3142_147798.jpg]8350Storm Clouds
Storm clouds hover over grasslands, including Montrose Church, in Sioux county.
Bob Grier/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk_img_6668_147816.jpg]8010Sunset Silhouette
A serene sunset behind a silhouette in Sarpy County.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jn20130608_806_100908.jpg]8050Intertribal Gathering Powwow
Intertribal Gathering Powwow at Fort Robinson State Park in Crawford. Pictured: Emily Little Hoop.
Jenny Nguyen/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20090918_837_147824.jpg]8320Smith Falls
Whether they walk across the foot bridge spanning the Niobrara River or pull their canoe ashore while floating it, visitors to Smith Falls SP are rarely disappointed to see the picturesque falls, one of the highest in the state.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130731_7497_103210.jpg]8700Sunflowers
Sunflowers stand against the sunrise at Pants Butte Road in Sioux County.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130817_8806_105790.jpg]10450Cowboy Mounted Shooting
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Competition at Fort Robinson State Park. Pictured is De Chapman of Larkspur, Colorado.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jf11258_32962.jpg]8910Narrowleaf Beardtongue
Narrowleaf beardtongue at Plum Creek Valley WMA.
Jon Farrar/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk_img_9860_118246-3.jpg]9630Spring Afternoon
A late afternoon rainbow forms after a spring storm on the Valentine NWR, Cherry County.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jf16601_30444.jpg]9130Shell-leaf Penstemon
A beautiful shell-leaf penstemon.
Jon Farrar/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130626_5764_98128.jpg]9190American Avocet
The American Avocet can be found on lakes in western Nebraska during spring and early summer.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20070805_473_21343.jpg]10610Niobrara Trail Bridge
A foggy day on the Niobrara Trail bridge at Niobrara SP.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk20130801_0649_137790.jpg]9680Leopard frog
A leopard frog poking his head out to say hello.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk_img_6153_118244.jpg]10570Goose Hunting
Goose hunting with Adam Wahl and his yellow Labrador retriever, Casey, at Randall W. Schilling WMA.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_do_me6u0151_112006.jpg]10670Cooper's Hawk
A Cooper's hawk keeps an eye out for danger after dropping off lunch for its young in a pine tree nest.
Doug Carroll/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20070316_303_128044.jpg]10540Sandhill Cranes
Sandhill cranes dance in the sunset at Martin's Reach WMA.
NEBRASKAland Magazine/Eric Fowler
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef_20111214_1288_126254.jpg]10340Carhenge
Carhenge, a copy of Stonehenge made with old cars, north of Alliance in Box Butte County on a frosty morning.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20120302_245_112016.jpg]10370Snowy Owl
A snowy owl rests on a perch in a flight pen at Raptor Recovery Nebraska near Elmwood, awaiting its return to the wild after rehabilitation.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jn20130609_301_100924.jpg]10780Wild horses
Wild horses at Fort Robinson State Park in Crawford.
Jenny Nguyen/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130411_1095_87480.jpg]10920Sharp-tailed Grouse
A sharp-tailed grouse stands out against the white backdrop of a late spring snowfall at Fort Robinson State Park.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk-11-2-12-002_116626.jpg]10780Fox Squirrel
A fox squirrel enjoying the scenic views at Ponca State Park.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20130621_5138_97316_rv.jpg]10620Redheads
Redhead ducks swim on a pond near Chadron.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20080909_033_118234-1.jpg]11230Morning Fog
Tree branches and trunks emerge from the morning fog at Wildwood Lake, Lancaster County.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_ef20061018_050_4001.jpg]12380Young Bull Elk
Young bull elk that lived in a farm-country shelterbelt southwest of Clearwater in Antelope County between June 2006 and January 2007.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_bg_crw_1030_111532-2.jpg]11610Snow Clouds
Low-hanging snow clouds create soft, glowing light ideal for revealing nature's beauty in the Pine Ridge along West Ash Creek southeast of Crawford in Dawes County. Hoarfrost, pine tree.
Bob Grier/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jh20131111_2956.jpg]14020Charging Bison
Frosty bison on the move at Fort Robinson State Park.
Justin Haag/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_jk-10-17-12_66.jpg]17740Nebraska Bucks
A white-tailed deer buck pauses in Sarpy County.
Jeff Kurrus/NEBRASKAland Magazine
[img src=http://neblandvm.outdoornebraska.gov/wp-content/flagallery/photo-of-the-week/thumbs/thumbs_icsp.jpg]15060Featured Photo
On cool October mornings, fog often rises from the warm waters of the Missouri River at sunrise, giving visitors to Indian Cave State Park another reason to stop at the scenic overlook on the park's loop road, the first being a ridgetop-view of a forest painted in fall color.
Eric Fowler/NEBRASKAland Magazine