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By Charles T. Harrell, June 30, 2011
Fish-Eating Birds Marker
Nebraska (Harlan County), Alma — Fish-Eating Birds
Large reservoirs like Harlan County Lake provide habitat for aquatic birds. Many of these birds eat fish like small gizzard shad and carp. To avoid competing for food and territory, these fish-eating birds forage in different parts of the reservoir, . . . — Map (db m45524) HM
Nebraska (Harlan County), Alma — The Changing Shoreline The Irrigation System
Like most reservoirs in Nebraska, Harlan County Reservoir was created to store water for flood control and irrigation. In the fall, winter, and spring water flowing down the Republican River is stored, to be used during the summer to water . . . — Map (db m45523) HM

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