Suppah! ( oyster mushrooms ) Pretty dish for oysters, but I ain’t eatin’ it no way, dude
Been spying on the red fox family for around six weeks now. Four pups or ‘kits’ this year. They usually move between two or three times each denning season. This is at den #2. Moved here on 5/5 from #1 where they were birthed. Mama not physically up for shedding yet, but Papa showing patches of black as he changes …
Beluga of the Hobblebush Gordie of the Trilliums
Hey Beluga, where’s yer primate?
This is Bald Mama. She’s my porcupine buddy with only a few tail quills! She’s very woolly however, and vey pregnant at this point. One morning I headed out on my daily explore and she was still pregnant… Upon my return at dusk, she was empty and I met this little someone stashed in the brush!
Spot where coyote fed on deer Old coyote poop New coyote poop Colt’s foot Yellow violet Saxifraga a mountain rush of sorts Trailing arbutus trillium
This is the den where this years pups were born. They stayed here until the first of May, then moved them to another den. They may do this several times a season probably for safety reasons. Often, they make their dens near human dwellings to dissuade coyotes. After inspecting this empty den, I discovered they had taken up residence near …
Like I said
Escaped for a few days solo before farming kicks in. The traditional “trees in tea” shot Gormet foraged meal More chaga for morning tea!
Camo-Man. Secret birch bark clue in Rube’s old shelter Pugsley Falls. Climbing the raccoon’s napping tree Getting into the wild life. Calling in the dogs.