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NEBRASKAland December 2018

NEBRASKAland Magazine is dedicated to outstanding photography and informative writing with an engaging mix of articles and photos highlighting Nebraska’s outdoor activities, parklands, wildlife, history and people.

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54 NEBRASKAland • DECEMBER 2018 Send contributions to: Portraits from the Past, NEBRASKAland Magazine, P.O. Box 30370, Lincoln, NE 68503-0370. Or e-mail to Tim.Reigert@Nebraska.gov. Photos should show people enjoying Nebraska outdoor activities, such as camping, boating, hunting or fishing, and must have been taken before 1980. We will give priority to unusual photos or activities. When possible, please include a story about the photograph and identify the people, places and approximate date it was taken. Text may be edited and photos adjusted for reproduction. All photos will be returned. Pictured is myself and Fred Bentley (right) looking over our duck harvest in my backyard in Lincoln on the opening day of the early teal season of 1966. We shot these birds from a temporary blind made of weeds from the then filling Salt Valley lake in southeastern Lancaster County now known as Hedgefield. All birds are blue-winged teal. One of them had a leg band that was attached near Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, in Aug. 20, 1964. I sent it to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and they sent back the banding information to me. The empty shells were added in an attempt to give interest to the picture. I was shooting a Winchester Model 12 and Fred used his side-by- side double barrel. I believe it was a Parker. Fred, who died in 1980, was my next-door neighbor and close friend. He was originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and had much experience in waterfowl and upland game hunting in Ohio and surrounding states. He piqued my interest in gamebird hunting, and we had many good hunts in the field and from the blind. – Brick Paulson, Lincoln ▲ From the left is my dad, Art Push, Jr., who is now 89 years old and hunted until he was 86; and my uncles Richard Hamilton, Mike Hamilton, and Bob Hamilton after a successful day of pheasant hunting west of Lincoln circa fall of 1957. They are all from Omaha, Nebraska. – Art Push III, Kennard ▲ ▲ This is a my late father, Russell Boggs, in a picture taken in the early 1920s in Hershey, where he lived. – Jim Boggs, Grand Island From the left is my dad Art Push Jr who is now 89 ▲ l i s t f C b t C F b t s n C w s g i ▲

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