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.
This site includes 15 acres of pasture and 28 acres of timber.
Area 80 acres. Contains two intermittent streams and 16 acres of wooded habitats.
Habitat includes 38 acres of wetland and 122 acres of upland. Verona WPA is part of a cluster of adjoining rainwater basin wetlands known as the Verona Complex. This complex reconnected an entire upland and wetland community of adjoining wetlands including a 20 acre state WRP and over 400 acres
Area is 16 acres.
An excellent location for migrant songbirds such as vireos and warblers, mainly along the wetter western edge.
Ecological Regions Central Niobrara Valley Niobrara Valley Trail Central Platte Valley Platte Valley Trail Missouri Valley Missouri Valley Trail Pine Ridge Panhandle Trail Shortgrass Prairie Republican Valley Republican Valley Trail Mixed-grass Prairies of Central and Western Nebraska Sandhills Loop River Trail Central Sandhills Trail Sandsage Prairie Sandsage and Shortgrass Trail
Arborville Basin includes the Wurst tract with 200 acres and the Hirschfield-McClatchy tract of 120 acres and is privately owned and operated by the Nature Conservancy.