Harris's Sparrow Photo: Gordon Warrick
From Acadian Flycatchers to Yellow-rumped Warblers, 225 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.
3rd Tuesday Bird Walks: Join us beginning April 18, 2017, for free guided bird walks along our trails. Every third Tuesday of the month from April through October, see and hear the the exciting birdlife at the prairie and improve your identification skills. Please write or call us to reserve your spot, or just show up! Field guides and binoculars available. See the "Events" tab above for details of this and all of our other great offerings.
* To find other great birding spots in Nebraska, go to Audubon Nebraska's "Birding in Nebraska" page.
* Spring Creek Prairie is one of 26 Important Bird Areas in the state. Audubon Nebraska has more about this statewide bird conservation program.
* 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. Here is a short video about the Plants for Birds program.