Climate Change Nebraska

sandhill cranes

https://videos.files.wordpress.com/ugyZc38c/trimmed-crane-sunrise_hd.mp4The annual migration of sandhill cranes over the Platte River near Kearney, Neb. Video by Michael Forsberg Colorado Construction Cranes May Harm Nebraska’s Sandhill Cranes Denver’s booming population poses potential problems for farmers and wildlife dependent on South Platte River Basin By: Brittni McGuire The sun peeks over the horizon. Construction workers in white hard

Nebraska’s Wildlife Already Feeling the Heat from Climate Change A warmer earth is silencing the chorus of creepers, crawlers, swimmers and flyers who’ve inhabited the planet for millions of years By: Carlee Koehler | July 3, 2020 Wildlife now live on the edge of urban communities like Lincoln, Neb. As habitats fragment, species either coexist