Kearney Outdoor Learning Area

LOOKING Closer

Located near Turkey Creek, a tributary of the Platte River, this camera views a slough, restored prairie, and riparian forest by Kearney High School in southeastern Kearney, Nebraska. The area was designated the Kearney Outdoor Learning Area (KOLA) in 2016 to serve as an outdoor space for environmental education for Kearney Public Schools and the Central Nebraska Community. This camera provides documentation of landscape change to support experiential learning and public outreach associated with riparian ecosystems.

Look Out For

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Fireflies

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White-tailed Deer

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Rainbows

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