SHUBERT, Neb. — The state Game and Parks Commission has scheduled a citizen science opportunity at Indian Cave State Park in southeast Nebraska.

People will be paired with experts to find and identify as many species as possible during the BioBlitz, Sept. 9-10.

It’s a free event for people of all ages. There also will be guided tours and stories about the park’s petroglyphs and ghost town and a presentation Sept. 9 on weather and safety measures to take while outdoors.

A park entry permit is required. Contact Adam Jones at adam.jones@nebraska.gov for more information or call the park at 402-883-2575.

The park sits along the Missouri River, east of Shubert in Richardson County.

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