A habitat improvement project to benefit upland game birds is taking place on Two Rivers Wildlife Management Area along the Platte River in eastern Nebraska.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says the Douglas County
project began in early September. It involves removing invasive trees and brush from grasslands to improve habitat for pheasants, quail and non-game grassland birds.
The project is a partnership between the Douglas County West Chapter of Pheasants Forever and Game and Parks' wildlife and parks divisions.