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Southeast District Birding Day at Indian Cave State Park

We will meet at 7:30 in the parking lot at the entrance to Indian Cave State Park. From there we will divide into groups, travel to different locations within the park and hike sites looking for woodland and other bird species.  Event is held rain or shine; mist netting is weather dependent.   Participants should bring their own lunch. Birders will reconvene @ 11:00 am to list species observed and mist netted and to hear from speakers discussing Indian Cave Biologically Unique Landscape conservation.     Speakers:  Adam Jones- Indian Cave State Park update  Chance Brueggemann- Why Fungi are Important in Oak Woodland Ecosystems  Krista Lang- How Annual Burning Impacts Oak Woodlands    What to bring:   Binoculars, Bird Identification Guide, Camera, Insect Repellent, Waterproof Boots, and Clothing appropriate for steep terrain and the weather.  Also bring a bag chair to enjoy the speakers at noon.  

Cost: FREE with valid State Park Permit

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult

Indian Cave State Park

65296 720 Rd., Shubert, NE 68437-9801

Is pre-registration required: Yes, please RSVP by 5:00 pm April 29, to Sam Cowan; 402-228-0301

Sponsored by: Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

65296 720 Rd
Shubert, NE 68437-9801 40° 15' 42.8724" N, 95° 35' 50.244" W
Start date: 
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - 07:30
End date: 
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - 13:00