Paul A. Johnsgard, School of Biological Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska
Josef Kren, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Bryan College of Health Sciences, Lincoln, Nebraska
This is the BLACK & WHITE FIELD EDITION of The Birds of the Nebraska Sandhills.
This book provides basic information on all the species of birds that have been reliably reported
from the Nebraska Sandhills region as of 2020. They include 46 permanent residents,
125 summer breeders, 125 migrants, and 102 rare or accidental species, totaling
398 species. Information on status, migration, and habitats is provided for all but the very
rare and accidental species. There are also descriptions of 46 refuges, preserves, and other
public- access natural areas in the region and seven suggested birding routes. The text contains
more than 90,000 words and over 250 literature references along with more than 20
drawings, 9 maps, and 32 photographs by the authors.