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The Chicken Dance Trail
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This part of Nebraska is one of the richest bird watching regions of the country. During spring and fall migration, as many as 300 different species of birds can be found in habitat throughout the Chicken Dance Trail region of southwest and south central. Visit the website for printable maps, bird lists, and tips.

Funk Lagoon Waterfowl Production Area
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Located in Phelps County, one mile east and three miles north of Funk. This is a large marsh (1163 wetland marsh acres and 826 upland acres) and perhaps the best in Nebraska. It is one of the few basins with permanent water and has some of the best marsh vegetation. Thousands of birds visit the Lagoon year round. It was designated a National Recreational Trail in 2008.

Lake Seldom
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Lake Seldom is located on the south edge of Holdrege, adjacent to Highway 183. A trail and signage enhance viewing migratory birds and other wildlife.


Phone: 308-995-4444
Our Email: chamber@justtheplacenebraska.com
Our Website:www.chickendancetrail.com/

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Eagle Viewing

The bald eagle has always captured the attention of Americans, so much so that in 1782 the Continental Congress chose the eagle as the national bird and the centerpiece for the nation's Great Seal. Over the years, the bald eagle acquired its status as a symbol of freedom and of the United States.

Holdrege, NE Birdwatching

City Auditorium

With the building of the city auditorium in 1916

Holdrege, NE Historic Buildings


C B & Q Depot

The Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy (C B & Q) Railroad depot was built in 1910. Also known as Ironhorse Station, the depot, listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Holdrege, NE Railroad History

Things to do Birdwatching near Holdrege, NE

Lake Ogallala Eagle Viewing

Some years more than a hundred bald eagles gather in trees overlooking the spillway from Kingsley Hydroelectric plant. The Ce...

Rated Bird Watching

The Chicken Dance Trail opens in new window http://www.chickendancetrail.com This part of Nebraska is one of the richest bi...