Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
An osprey nest at Fort Calhoun Station will be fitted with a webcam much like the utility’s peregrine falcon cam.
One of the three offspring of the pair living at an OPPD power plant is still living at ‘home,’ and aggravating its mom.
A recent contest selected names for the three peregrine falcons hatched at an OPPD facility. Now, the young are learning how to fend for themselves.
The Nebraska Environmental Trust awarded a grant to the utility, which will help start a pilot program to study battery storage.
A few brave souls banded and weighed the three peregrine falcon chicks over the Memorial Day weekend. Now OPPD needs your help naming them.
Careful coordination among OPPD crews helps protect birds from interacting with dangerous equipment and protects their nests and habitat.
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