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Cedar Point Biological Station. http://cedarpoint.unl.edu/
|Mission||Our mission is to provide exemplary educational experiences to those interested in field biology and research.|
Cedar Point Biological Station (CPBS) is a University of Nebraska-Lincoln field research facility and experiential classroom in western Nebraska. Featuring comfortable housing, library and classroom spaces, and a friendly inviting atmosphere. Each summer the UNL School of Biological Sciences offer 8 experience based field courses in biology that focus on student based research. These courses can be taken right in the heart of western Nebraska at CPBS. Cedar Point Biological Station is fully open for research and educational activities from approximately May 1st to mid-August, and are fully open for individual events through about mid October every summer. Located southeast from Lake McConaughy on Lake Ogallala, CPBS is filled with a plethora of organisms in all shapes and sizes. Students will experience anything from microbiology with specimens they, themselves, retrieved out of a marshy swamp to bird watching and bird netting the 363 different species found here at CPBS.
More information at http://cedarpoint.unl.edu/
|Founded||CPBS was founded in 1975 by John Janovy, Jr., Dr. Gary Hergenrader, and Brett Nikol.|