"While it may be engaging for us to frame the validity of one’s gender identity as a debate, we should always keep in mind that real, material harm is done to trans individuals while we dawdle in our support of them."
Indy, the Shreve family's beloved 7-year-old yellow lab, has an aggressive form of cancer, so the family is making the most out of every moment they have left.
Indy has loved nothing more than hunting trips with dad Scott Shreve.
Because of COVID-19 concerns, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will run all deer checks electronically via Telecheck.
Nebraska's crop harvest is ahead of schedule, which could be a boon for pheasant hunters when the season opens Saturday.
Anglers can learn about the status of Nebraska fisheries by attending one of eight public informational meetings this winter.
Numbers should be similar to last year, when an estimated 33,000 hunters killed 130,000 birds.
The Take ’Em Hunting Challenge encourages hunters to introduce someone new to hunting, and this season provides another opportunity to mentor new hunters.
Winter storms have been tough on birds
Wetland conditions across most of the state are good and, in places, have improved since early September, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
A 1,200-acre grassland near Shenandoah, Iowa, is well positioned for a busy hunting season.
It's finally here. Hunting season starts for many on Saturday. Seasons opening Saturday include archery deer, rabbit, dove, snipe, rail, grouse and teal. Fall turkey season opens Sept. 15.
As a former Nebraska Game and Parks commissioner and chairman of the Nebraska Rural Renaissance Foundation, which promotes rural economic deve…
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will release rooster pheasants at 14 wildlife management areas in time for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.