Wildlife Species Information
Nebraska is blessed with abundant, diverse wildlife and habitat. Nebraska is a biological crossroads of North America where prairie meets ponderosa pine forests, where wetlands speckle the landscape and over 23,000 miles of rivers and streams ribbon through the landscape. To learn more about viewing wildlife visit our Wildlife Viewing Section
Species Conservation Assessments
Overall, more than 700 species have been identified as at-risk in Nebraska. The Natural Legacy Project conserves this rich natural heritage while providing private landowners opportunities to use voluntary conservation incentives. Natural Legacy's partners strive for the recovery, stability, and growth of native species, communities, and priority landscapes.
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