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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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PHOTO BY ERIC FOWLER PHOTO BY ERIC FOWLER Fish for White Bass and Wipers Throughout the month Statewide Game and Parks Fisheries Biologist Daryl Bauer writes: "July and August can be great times to take advantage of schooling activity by white bass and wipers on many Nebraska reservoirs. During these months, these open-water predators pursue the vast schools of open-water baitfi sh, especially gizzard shad, and when they push one of those baitfi sh schools to the surface, there is a feeding frenzy! That is most likely to happen early and late in the day, but sometimes that activity can last longer. Even if it does not, it offers at least a couple hours of fast action each day." JULY 2017 • NEBRASKAland 35 Monarch Monitoring Workshop July 11 Nebraska Game and Parks northeast district offi ce in Norfolk Participants at this hands-on workshop will learn about monarch breeding populations by recording and reporting observations in a milkweed patch. Information collected will be used by wildlife and conservation experts. Sesquicentennial Events Throughout the month Statewide At the annual Fur Trade Days celebration in Chadro n (July 6-9), you can take part in canoe racing, a parade, the Trader's Market, a fi lm festival, softball tournament and more, along with a traditional rendezvous. Come to Seward for an annual Fourth of July celebration that has gained national attention and was named an offi cial sesquicentennial event. For more information on these and other happenings, visit ne150.org/calendar.

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