Filed under: conservation officers, Nebraska conservation officers, Nebraska hunting information, outdoor education, outdoor information, Outdoor Radio & TV Programs, outdoor radio talk show, outdoor recreation, Uncategorized | Tags: Ask the Conservation Officer, conservation officers, Greg Wagner, Greg Wagner's radio show, Jeff Clauson, Nebraska conservation officers, Nebraska hunting information, Nebraska outdoor information, Nebraska outdoor laws/regulations, Omaha's ESPN Radio, The Great Outdoor Radio Show
Get your Nebraska outdoor law and regulation questions ready for Conservation Officer Jeff Clauson of Waterloo when he joins me for this Saturday’s Great Outdoor Radio Show airing on Omaha’s ESPN Radio 1620 AM from 9-10 a.m. CDT. The show can also be heard live on www.1620thezone.com
The phone numbers to call where you can ask your questions, are :
Toll-Free, Nationwide 1-877-951-1620
Don’t be bashful. When it comes to outdoor activities, Jeff and I always say this: “There’s no such thing as a dumb question, only dumb mistakes made by not asking that dumb question.” Perhaps you have a question about some of the new deer hunting regulations here in Nebraska.
We look forward to chatting with you on the air!
Filed under: Nebraska hunting information, Nebraska Lifetime Hunting and Fishing Permits, outdoor information, Special occasion, state fair, Uncategorized, Youth | Tags: Nebraska events, Nebraska hunting information, Nebraska Lifetime Hunting and Fishing Permits, Nebraska outdoor information, Nebraska State Fair, Nebraska State Fair Goers, Nebraska youth, Nebraska Youth Lifetime Hunting and Fishing Permits, state fair, things to do
A short note to let you know that we at Game and Parks will be at the Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island. The fair runs August 27-September 6. Click this link to the fair’s website: http://statefair.org/fair/
Our 20 ft. Game and Parks booth will be in the 4-H/FFA Exhibition Building. We’d love to have you visit us!
I’ve provided a link for a map of the fairgrounds: http://www.statefair.org/fair/generalinformation/documents/2010_StateFairMapVF.pdf
Stop by and enter your Nebraska youth 15 and under in a drawing for half-price lifetime hunting and fishing permits for the Husker State.
Get your fall hunting questions answered there, too!
See you out there, at the fair!
Filed under: Hunting, Ne. Game & Parks Comm. online services, Nebraska hunting information, outdoor information, public lands, Scribd, Uncategorized | Tags: Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission on Scribd, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission online services, Nebraska hunting, Nebraska hunting information, Nebraska outdoor information, Scribd, Scribd.com
We at Game and Parks now have our new 2010 Nebraska hunting publications on Scribd – the world’s largest social reading and publishing site.
Here’s a direct link to our Game and Parks section on it:
See you out there, using my laptop and checking our stuff out on Scribd!
Filed under: Ne. Game & Parks Comm. online services, Nebraska outdoor permits/stamps, news stories, outdoor information, outdoor recreation, Uncategorized | Tags: David Hendee, Ne. Game & Parks Comm. online services, Nebraska Game & Parks Commission, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission website, Nebraska outdoor information, Nebraska outdoor recreation, Nebraska outdoor/permits/stamps, Omaha World-Herald, Omaha World-Herald outdoor information, omaha.com, omaha.com outdoor page, OutdoorNebraska.org
I worked with outdoor writer/print journalist David Hendee who had a very nice, informative column in the Sunday, Aug. 15th edition of the Omaha World-Herald newspaper in its sports section about online services available to outdoor enthusiasts.
The article featured the Game and Parks website and highlighted our agency’s permitting system.
Here’s a link to the permitting system: https://ngpc-permits.ne.gov/NGPC-PS/faces/public/welcome
Here’s another link, this one is directly to David’s column and the Omaha World-Herald’s outdoor page: http://omaha.com/section/sports07
See you out there, or I should say – online!