A woman with a braid in her hair looking through binoculars at a scrubby landscape

Crane Meadows National Wildlife Refuge attracts more than 200 species of birds each year. From bald eagles to Sandhill cranes, red headed woodpeckers to waterfowl, the refuge provides a variety of habitat types to support a wide range of bird species.

The Platte River Trail is a great place to bird during spring and fall migration.