Birds

Rough-legged Hawk. Photo: Debbie B./Great Backyard Bird Count

From Acadian Flycatchers to Yellow-rumped Warblers, 235 bird species have been documented at Spring Creek Prairie. Staff and volunteers offer opportunities to see and learn more about birds throughout the year. See the "Events" tab above to discover what programs are on the calendar. Take time to visit the links below.

Check out our eBird kiosk! The kiosk is a touch-screen interactive computer that visitors of all ages can use to enter bird sightings, learn about birds, and more. (Learn more about the eBird project.)

The eBird kiosk is a great way for visitors to utilize eBird while visiting the prairie, but it's much more than a bird sightings computer. The kiosk works as an interactive field guide with information about our local bird species – from pictures and range maps to sounds and descriptions. And, most exciting, the kiosk allows users to put a point on the Spring Creek Prairie tail map to show other users where they saw a bird.

We use the kiosk for education programs as well, during the Christmas Bird Count for Kids, the Great Backyard Bird Count, and seasonal bird walks throughout the year.

Bird Sightings
Birds

Bird Sightings

Keep up to date with the latest birds observed on the prairie.

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Prairies for Grassland Birds
Tallgrass Prairie Management

Prairies for Grassland Birds

Grassland birds benefit from sound prairie management.

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Holiday Open House
Events

Holiday Open House

Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 1:00pm

Details

* To find other great birding spots in Nebraska, go to Audubon Nebraska's "Birding in Nebraska" page.

* Spring Creek Prairie is one of 25 Important Bird Areas in the state. Audubon Nebraska has more about this statewide bird conservation program.

* Listen to BirdNote, weekdays at 9:00 am CST on NET Radio. (To replay an episode, or in case you miss one, click the box below.)

* The National Audubon Society has started a "Plants for Birds" effort to encourage the planting of native grasses, flowers, shrubs, and trees to benefit birds.

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