Nebraska is home to 80 species of mammals. Some of these animals include: white-tailed deer, pronghorns, coyotes, bob cats, pocket gophers, swift fox, and river otters.
Amphibian, Turtle, Reptile, and Frog Identification
Nebraska is home to 11 species of frogs and toads, 3 species of salamanders, 9 species of turtles, 10 species of lizards, and 30 species of snakes.
Nebraska is home to over 400 species of birds. Nebraska provides habitats for 6 endangered species of birds: bald eagles, whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, peregrine falcons, and piping plovers.
Nebraska is home to 206 butterfly species, including the Monarch butterfly, the Grey Hairstreak butterfly, and the Orange Sulfur butterfly.
Twenty-two different families of fish live in the state of Nebraska.