Saturday, July 17, 2010

Photos from last weeks Nature Day Camps

A special thanks to Katie and Morgan from the Nebraska 4-H Camping program for helping do just about anything and everything week. They are real pros at working with kids and just kept things moving along.



One of our goals was simple, send the kids home smelling like the Platte. Mission accomplished!

Hit the jump to read and see more

Tern-Cam goes live and Bird Partnership link

Heres a link to the Tern Cam produced by the Tern and Plover Partnership. A tern nest is very difficult to see. It is just a few larger pebbles in a a small indention in the sand. Terns have has a touch time on the Platte this year with the large fluctuations in water levels.

Click here to link directly to the video

Another link to check out often is the Nebraska Bird Partnership. Jill Liske-Clark does an excellent job of providing updates and information about what is going on around the state in the conservation world. Click the link and add it to your bookmarks and check it out frequently as new info is posted often.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

GI Independent Video from our Nature Day Camp

The day camp is going well. Here's a video that highlight whats gone on so far. This is a partnership with Nebraska's 4-H Camping program.


Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Guest Blogger

I wrote a short story about Blake Hatfield and Vicki Orr a month or so ago. Blake has been helping out quite a bit at the Center and has taken time to write a bit about why and how he and Vicki got involved with Raptor Recovery. I'll be asking people to chime in by the blog from time to time. Hope you enjoy it! - Brad



To read Blake's thoughts in his words, hit the jump