Springtime in Nebraska

Springtime in Nebraska

It often flies under the radar…but even the birds are smart enough to stop here. In fact, it’s home to one of the last great animal migrations where 600,000 sandhill cranes convene on the Platte River every spring (March to early April), the world’s largest migration of one of the oldest species. Although, Sandhill cranes are not the only spectacles in Nebraska; for those looking for an affordable Spring Break getaway, avoid flying and take a road trip through Nebraska!

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