Nebraska on my Mind – Blind Time – Moving Through Grasslands – After Migration – The Hourglass – The Value of Predators – Prairie Falcons – Building A Photo Blind – Mahoney’s Wild Side – Nature In Monochrome – Northern Pintails – Open Country Songbird – Red-winged Blackbird – The Northern Cardinal – Watershed In Motion – What Are You, Chicken?
Published by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission since 1926, NEBRASKAland magazine is the oldest continuously published state conservation magazine in the country. Mike was hired as a staff photographer and writer for the magazine in 1993. Today he is a long-time contributing editor-at-large and has authored over 100 feature articles spanning two decades in his home state.
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PBS – Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild
This two-part documentary takes viewers on behind-the-scenes adventures with Forsberg in his wildlife blinds and to the far reaches of the Great Plains where the wild still lingers. NET Television follows him to Montana’s Upper Missouri region famed to followers of Lewis and Clark.
ILCP – Witness: Defining Conservation Photography
PBS – Crane Song
The Nature Conservancy – Discovering America’s Heartland
Ducks Unlimited – America’s Grasslands
In the last 5 years, we’ve lost nearly 400,000 acres of native prairie in North and South Dakota. Ducks Unlimited conservation staff and local ranchers share the enormous importance of the Prairie Pothole Region to waterfowl, other wildlife and people.
KQED – Quest: Sandhills Hidden Water
This episode includes stories about hidden waters of the Sandhills, a methane digester that converts hog waste into electricity, how UNL helps researchers in California and New Mexico turn algae into fuel, and attempts to save endangered Tiger Beetles.