A blue budgie, on the lam in downtown Omaha for months, is heading to a new life with another parakeet, and bird lovers are rejoicing.
One of Nebraska's lesser-known migratory bird spectacles is underway at Harlan County Lake about 40 miles southwest of Kearney.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Death’s come knocking a last time for the splendid ivory-billed woodpecker and 22 more birds, fish and other species: The U.S. government on Wednesday declared them extinct.
Joshua Jackson thinks his friends and family have helped to keep him grounded.
In 2013, Wolfe and Syverson built a contemporary home on the banks of the Platte River near Gibbon. Its large windows overlook the river, the trees, the paths where deer roam and the skies where sandhill cranes appear every spring.
You might call it The Good Life. Nebraska. Nice.
At Pete’s Safari, you can see a whole bunch of animals native to North Africa, Italy, the Arctic regions, South America, Australia and Madagascar. And you don’t even have to leave Hall County.
Drake has been giving his new girlfriend Johanna Leia's basketball prodigy son some tips on dealing with the spotlight.
Ron Valasek, owner of Old Town Barber Shop at 1904 Central Ave., experienced that and more when he, his brother Mike of Omaha and friend Gary Loftis of Craig went to Tanzania to see a close friend and wild animals for two weeks.
Paul Johnsgard, a professor emeritus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, wrote more than 100 books on birds, ecology and natural history in his 89 years, and finished the proofs of his final book just days before his death last week.
Raven-Symoné has shared her impressive weight loss with her fans.
Omaha's museum's are rolling out a wealth of big summer attractions. Check out all the new offerings.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been warned their son Archie's chickens could be in danger after a wild bear in the area attacked a nearby coop.
After years of entertaining fans under the big top -- and a few years in retirement -- in Central Florida, a herd of former circus elephants is settling into their new home at a wildlife refuge.
Four rare whooping cranes dallied in Nebraska for 11 days this month. The foursome amounted to nearly 1% of the world's population of wild migrating whooping cranes, according to wildlife officials.
The family has used actively managed grazing and controlled burns to maintain the health of their land.
You don’t have to be as much of an eagle eye anymore to spot bald eagles.
For people not able to travel, getting to see the cranes on a computer can help them understand the power of the crane migration.
Scott Weidensaul, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for his past work on birds, follows their arduous and lengthy global migrations.