Connect, Learn & Share

Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County has many ways for you to connect, learn and share with our staff. For a complete list of social media resources, visit http://lancaster.unl.edu/media

Livestreaming Web Cameras:
Master Gardeners working in the Cherry Creek Pollinator Habitat - Web cam

Master Gardeners working in the Cherry Creek Pollinator Habitat – Web cam

Cherry Creek Pollinator Habitat: This is a livestreaming view of the Cherry Creek Pollinator Habitat north of our office at 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln, NE. This educational area features a large Insect Hotel, native bee nesting structure and many native plantings. There are educational signs for the public encouraging pollinator-friendly habitats and practices. Of course, other wildlife also use the habitat – a variety of birds, deer, wild turkey, skunks and raccoons have been seen on camera to date.

  • Weather Station: A weather station has been added to the Cherry Creek Pollinator Habitat. You can view the data collected on-line here.

 

Ducking hatched on 4-H EGG Cam

Ducking hatched on 4-H EGG Cam

4-H EGG Cam – A 4-H Embryology Project: 4-H EGG Cam is operational from January to early summer each each year. Viewers watch the incubation process including candling, hatching and care of the birds after hatch. Join our local classrooms and watch at home, school or work. Learn more about the 4-H Embryology Project.

Local Staff Blogs:

Nebraska Extension Blogs – Statewide List