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THE WAY WE WERE – February 2018

THE WAY WE WERE - February 2018

Ice jams in the river at Shavertown. A moving letter from M. Linn Bruce, Jr., with American forces in France.

FIELD NOTES: DEAD OF WINTER – February 2018

FIELD NOTES:  DEAD OF WINTER - February 2018

Dilemma from Jack’s past; current doings of wild turkeys; and the fate of the emotionally disturbed grouse: all make for fascinating reading.

FIELD NOTES: WINTER DOLDRUMS – March 2018

FIELD NOTES:  WINTER DOLDRUMS - March 2018

Jack goes back in time and then recounts dynamic bird life in the present.

THE WAY WE WERE 100 Years Ago – March 1918

THE WAY WE WERE 100 Years Ago   - March 1918

Mike Fergison chooses jail over marriage. Read the story…..

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW – January 2018

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW - January 2018

Toxic squirrels? Could it be that our red squirrels are so toxic that their predators won’t eat them? Well it appeared this way as I left two fresh killed up where I set my trail cam, which is usually baited with meat table scraps, and, as always scavenged by coyotes, bears or raccoons the first night.

THE WAY WE WERE – January 2018

THE WAY WE WERE  - January 2018

World War I is affecting Andes in ways small and large.