Volunteers are being sought to help with a deer count at Homestead National Monument near Beatrice in southeast Nebraska.
The count is scheduled for March 10.
Organizers say no experience is needed and that volunteers should just show up at the Education Center for a 9:30 a.m. orientation.
The walkers will hike about three-quarters of a mile through the prairie.
Other people will be stationed on a road west of the monument to count deer as they leave the area.
Volunteers are being advised to wear long pants, long sleeves and good walking shoes.
The count will take a couple of hours.
Homestead National Monument of America sits about four miles west of Beatrice.
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