Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
OPPD's resident peregrine falcons hatched four chicks this year, but all four perished within days of hatching.
Lewis and Clark, the resident peregrine falcons at OPPD's North Omaha Station, are back. Will they hatch new chicks this year?
Despite challenges, the district remains committed to its goal of achieving net-zero carbon production by 2050.
The recommended change is due to national delays in the generation interconnection process and the associated impact to inservice dates for OPPD's two natural gas generating plants.
The sisters are growing up quickly, venturing out for strolls outside their nest box and flapping their wings, getting ready to fly.
The two peregrine falcon chicks at North Omaha Station were banded over Memorial Day weekend. Now OPPD needs your help naming them.
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