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NEBRASKAland July 2017

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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Time Well Spent What to Do in July J uly is Nebraska's hottest month. The temptation may be to stay inside and bask in the air conditioning, but braving the heat can lead to some of summer's sweetest rewards. Read on for a few ideas to get started. For a full list of events across the state, or for more information on events listed here, visit OutdoorNebraska.org. ■ PHOTO BY JEFF KURRUS 34 NEBRASKAland • JULY 2017 Kites and Castles July 29 Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area Spend an afternoon on a white sandy beach sculpting a sand creation during this annual contest. While you're here, make a weekend of it and camp, boat or fi sh at Lake McConaughy or Lake Ogallala state recreation areas. Get Ready for Fall Hunting Throughout the month Statewide Opening day will be here before you know it, so take a little time each week to make sure you're ready. To get in shape, start taking walks and increase your distance as your body allows. If a four-legged friend will be with you on your hunts, bring this partner along as well. It's also a good time to return to the archery range, as bow season for deer begins Aug. 1. In addition, take inventory of the ammunition you'll need through the season and start looking for sale items in stores. PHOTO BY JULIE GEISER By Renae Blum

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