10. "Three New Habitat Groups Completed" Photographs of three habitat groups -Migratory Waterfowl, Skunk Family, Mule Deer - with information on each. (1959) (4 pages).
20. "Barnyard Skeletons" Photos of the farmyard display of the skeletons of 19 different species of animals associated with man. Description, scientific name, and information concerning origin of the species of each animal. This display of familiar present-day animals makes the fossil skeletons more meaningful. (1963) (4 pages).
21. "Nebraska Wildlife Habitats" Description and photos of displays in the Nebraska Hall of Wildlife upon the completion of the last of the habitat groups. Displays described in this issue are - Prairie Chicken, Prairie Dog, Coyote and Rabbit, Sandhill Crane, and Passenger Pigeon with Indian Elk-hunting background. (1963) (6 pages)
26. "Bird Collections and Habitat Groups" Notes on some of the bird species of Nebraska which are extinct or nearing extinction. Photographs of bird habitat groups in the Museum. (1965) (4 pages).
31. "The Black-Tailed Prairie Dog" The natural history of the prairie dog with photographs of the animal. (1966) (4 pages).
32. "The Trumpeter Swan" Story and photograph of this rare species of swan. (1967) (2 pages).
35. "Mammals Living in Nebraska" Information on Nebraska mammals with photographs of bison, prairie dogs and elk. List of Nebraska mammals. (1968) (8 pages).
36. "Bird Migration on the Great Plains" Story of the migration of Great Plains waterfowl with photograph. News of Museum activities. (1968) (4 pages).
39. "The Bison, a History of Destruction" Story of bison on the Great Plains including photographs of Bison habitat group and Buffalo Bill Cody's home at North Platte. (1969) (4 pages).
50. "Waterfowl of Nebraska" Read about Trumpeter Swans, Whistling Swans, the Canada Goose, Mallards, Teals, Common Mergansers, and Ruddy Ducks. There are others, too, both native breeders and migratory waterfowl, which we see in Nebraska. (1974) (4 pages).
57. "The Hognose Snake: a Prairie Survivor for Ten Million Years" Fossil snakes from a dig in Webster County show that the hognose snake, with its peculiar "toad puncturing" jaws, goes back to the time of the mastodons. Photo of modern hognose snake, map of distribution in Nebraska, and illustration of how hognose and rattlesnake jaws work. (1977) (4 pages).
71. "Bats: Winged Maestros of the Night" Bats and the different types as well as feeding mechanisms. (1983) (4 pages).
79. "Nuthatches" All about nuthatches, including: distribution, systematics, identification, sounds and behaviors, food, and nests, eggs, and nestlings. Includes fold-out poster. (1991) (4 pages).
89. "Tales that Teeth Tell" Information on mammal teeth in general and about teeth of insectivores, carnivores, omnivores, and herbivores. Includes a fold-out poster. (1994) (4 pages).
93. "Cranes of Nebraska" Popular discussion about the cranes of Nebraska. Includes photographs. (1996) (4 pages).
95. "Windows of Death: A Look at Bird Strikes" An overview of why birds slam into the reflective or transparent windows of buildings and what we can do to help alleviate the problem. Figures are given for avian mortality due to "window strikes". (1997) (4 pages)
96. "Snappers, Soft-shells, and Stinkpots: The Turtles of Nebraska" Information on turtles in general and on turtles found specifically in Nebraska. Includes a color fold-out poster. (1996) (4 pages)
100. "The Snakes of Nebraska" Learn about some of the common snakes of Nebraska, including the prairie rattlesnake, bullsnakes, garter snakes, water snakes, hognose snakes, racers, milksnakes, and red-bellied snakes. Includes a color fold-out poster. (1998) (4 pages)
103. "Buzz-Wings" The fascinating story of hummingbirds. Text and illustrations by Paul Johnsgard. Full-color poster by Mark Marcuson.
106. "The Amphibians of Nebraska" Information on amphibians in general and on those found in Nebraska. Includes salamanders, spadefoots, true toads, microhylid toads, treefrogs, and true frogs. Includes a color fold-out poster. (2000) (4 pages)
111. "Safari Through an African Slide Journal" Information on Luella Buros and her travels in Africa from 1956-1966. Focus is on the significant number and variety of African mammal species that she captured in her photographs, notably giraffe, waterbuck, and impala. (2002) (4 pages)
114. "Nebraska's Endangered Species, Part 2: Threatened and Endangered Fishes" This second issue in our series on Nebraska's endangered and threatened species is about fishes. There is information on pallid sturgeons, lake sturgeons, sturgeon chubs, Topeka shiners, blacknose shiners, northern redbelly daces, and finescale daces. (2003) (4 pages)
116. "Nebraska's Endangered Species, Part 3: Threatened and Endangered Birds" The third issue in our series on Nebraska's endangered and threatened species deals with birds. You'll read about interior least terns, piping plovers, mountain plovers, Eskimo curlews, bald eagles, whooping cranes, and peregrine falcons. (2003) (6 pages)
118. "Nebraska's Endangered Species, Part 5: Threatened and Endangered Reptiles and Amphibians" This issue, the fifth in our series on Nebraska's endangered and threatened species, covers reptiles and amphibians. Included are Massasaugas, Timber Rattlesnakes, Slender Glass Lizards, and American Toads. (2004) (4 pages)
119. "Small Fishes of Nebraska" Discover the small fishes of Nebraska. Included are the Red Shiner, the Bigmouth Shiner, the Fathead Minnow, the Plains Topminnow, the Plains Killifish, the Orangethroat Darter, and the Creek Chub, among others. Includes a color fold-out poster. (2004) (4 pages)
120. "Nebraska's Endangered Species, Part 6: Threatened and Endangered Mammals" This issue, the last in our series on Nebraska's endangered and threatened species, covers mammals. You can read about the Black-footed ferret, the Black-tailed prairie dog, the Southern flying squirrel, the Eastern plains pocket mouse, the Fringe-tailed myotis, and the Swift fox, among others. (2005) (4 pages)