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NEBRASKAland Aug/Sept 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 August and September I n August and September, make sure to get outdoors to catch the last lingering, lazy days of summer as the season transitions into fall. Start with the ideas here, and head to the Game and Parks calendar at OutdoorNebraska.org for more park events. ■ PHOTO BY ERIC FOWLER 30 NEBRASKAland • AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2017 Bullfrogging Season opens Aug. 15 Statewide Late summer nights in Nebraska are a perfect time to go bullfrogging with friends and family, especially kids. Greg Wagner writes: "An effective method to catch a bunch of bullfrogs is to move slowly, shining the shorelines with a good fl ashlight after dark. Spot the frogs on land, keep the light directly on them so they'll freeze in position, and then ease in close enough to catch them with a net or even by hand." Take note that bullfrogs are aquatic creatures, and thus you need a current, valid Nebraska fi shing permit in order to take or attempt to take them. Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Encounter at the Nebraska State Fair Aug. 25-Sept. 4 Grand Island Enjoy exploring this popular exhibit, which features a 12-foot waterfall, a 5,600-gallon fi sh aquarium, fi shing and Nerf gun games, shooting and archery ranges, trapper cabin, sky fort, running stream and catch pond, fossil dig and scavenger hunt game. PHOTO BY JEFF KURRUS By Renae Blum

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