The Langdon Bend mitigation site is located at river miles 529 to 532 on the right descending bank 2 miles east of the town of Nemaha, Nebraska. The site consists of 921 acres of formerly farmed lands purchased from willing sellers. At this site, a 10-foot bottom width pilot channel
This fairly large reservoir (second in area to Branched Oak in the county) attracts many migrant waterfowl during spring, and also has many prairie species.
Habitat includes 45 wetland acres and 35 upland acres. Mostly prairie with no trees.
Habitat includes 311 acres of wetland and 287 acres of upland.
316 acres of upland habitat.
1,500-acre managed waterfowl area, with 25 acres of water and nearby cropland, mainly designed to attract snow geese. Open to the public from April 1 to September 30, and used for controlled-access goose hunting during the fall season.
Habitat includes 140 acres of wetland and 111 acres upland.
Area 53 acres. Situated along the South Loup River, with a small reservoir. State park entry permit required.
Habitat includes 121 acres of wetland and 39 acres of upland.
Recharge Lake recreation area contains a 50 acre reservoir. Developed for fishing, there are also hiking trails. Yellow-crowned night heron, piping plover, black tern, western sandpiper and dunlin are a few species recently reported from this site.