Camp Ashland East Slough 2

LOOKING Closer

This camera is looking upstream from near the inlet of a restored slough on Nebraska National Guard property. This slough is fed by groundwater from a nearby wetland and the Platte River a few hundred yards to the north. The USGS has installed two data logging devices on the slough to measure various variables relating to water quality. The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s School of Natural Resources, has been monitoring the slough for its diversity and health of aquatic life, especially fish species.

Look Out For

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Bridge Construction

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Wild Turkeys

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White-tailed Deer

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