LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters and landowners are inspired to supply their suggestions on massive recreation points through the Nebraska Recreation and Parks Fee’s public informational conferences this winter.
Conferences are scheduled in every Recreation and Parks district. Biologists will clarify and take questions on a number of subjects, together with deer administration, deer injury and depredation permits, antlerless harvest, trophy administration and ailments. Antelope and elk points could also be mentioned at conferences situated in areas the place these species happen. All conferences start at 7 p.m.
The schedule is:
Dec. 19 – Rushville, American Legion, 206 Sprague St.
Dec. 21 – Bridgeport, Prairie Winds Group Middle, 428 N. Predominant St.
Jan. Four – Geneva, Public Library, 1043 G St.
Jan. 9 – Imperial, Mid-Plains Group School, 1324 Broadway St.
Jan. 9 – West Level, Nielsen Group Middle, 200 Ann Stalp Ave.
Jan. 10 – Fullerton, Senior Middle, 903 Broadway
Jan. 11 – Damaged Bow, Custer County Fairgrounds Four-H Constructing, 44100 Memorial Drive
Jan. 11 – Lincoln, Nebraska Recreation and Parks Outside Training Middle, 4703 N. 44th St.