Fote Playa

LOOKING Closer

Nestled between agricultural fields on private land in Lincoln County, Nebraska, this camera watches a small playa wetland through the seasons. Playa wetlands form in shallow depressions where a thick clay layer causes water from precipitation to pond on the surface. Even though many playa wetlands have been drained or heavily altered, they are still globally important stopover points for a wide variety of migratory waterbirds in the spring and fall.

Look Out For

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Deer

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Migrating Birds

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Cattle

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