Field Notes

FIELD NOTES: SUMMER THOUGHTS – June 2020

FIELD NOTES:  SUMMER THOUGHTS - June 2020

Sometimes it is hard to have an experience that initiates the writer/thought process, but not this morning.

FIELD NOTES: TURKEY SEASON — May 2020

FIELD NOTES: TURKEY SEASON — May 2020

Jack talks about being bit by a tick and how lucky he was since it had been embedded for several days – and other musings.

FIELD NOTES: WELCOME APRIL – April 2020

FIELD NOTES: WELCOME APRIL - April 2020

A white flash on the white snow, a black spot behind: What was it?…Read the article and you will find out all you need to kno regarding weasels.

FIELD NOTES: MID-WINTER — March 2020

FIELD NOTES: MID-WINTER — March 2020

   On January 11th, a day of an unusually warm temperature (57 degrees) and with all snow now gone, it was too perfect not to take a short walk around and check the local trails. It was muddy in places, but this did not deter my friendly EDG (the emotionally disturbed grouse) of finding me and looking for a handout.

FIELD NOTES: HIBERNATION

FIELD NOTES: HIBERNATION

  For those of us who love the outdoors, have spent time in the wilderness and say they have never been lost, well you have not spent enough time wandering in wilderness hiking or hunting.

FIELD NOTES: HIBERNATION – January 2020

FIELD NOTES: HIBERNATION - January 2020

   It is mid-winter when many friends migrate to warmer climes so as to avoid what many of us somehow tolerate and survive. Many of our feathered friends also journey to southern and more hospitable habitats.