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Birding in Western Nebraska, on your own or in a small group,

 is best in the Spring of the year. 

Mountain Plover  Charadrius montanus

     The Mountain Plover (pictured above) migrates through the Kimball area in Spring, mid-March to mid-May.

     Mid-April to mid-June is ground nesting time, as well. We offer tours on private property during this time. The driving tour is approximately 90 minutes. The walking tour can last 2 to 4 hours. Tours are by arrangement and group rates are available. Please contact us for more information.

     Spring is also Hawk Watch time. Contact us for more information.

FOR THE BIRDS! March 15 to May 15

 Watchable Wildlife Tours in Kimball County, Nebraska

Mountain Plover Migration ~ Tuesdays 6:30 AM

Hawk Watch ~ Thursdays 6:30 AM

Ground Nesting ~ Saturdays 8:00 AM 

Tours leave from the High Point Welcome Center (I-80, Exit 20), weather permitting

For reservations, call 308-241-0573.

     The Pawnee National Grasslands are located just south of Kimball. If you would like to view more grassland birds, there is an excellent self-guided birding tour of the grasslands available. Print a copy from here or stop in the High Point Welcome Center of Western Nebraska (I-80, Exit 20 Kimball) to pick up one.

     For more information on birds in this area, contact the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory.