It had to happen sooner or later…. Pulled 14 quills out of Dodger and 27 from Gordon. Pliers at camp you ask? Nope, I pull them out with my teeth! This has always proved to be the best method for me. You get a few out at a time this way and don’t need glasses.
A mated pair built their nest in an active gravel pit inside the rock crusher. I got a call, so went down to move the nest in hopes of the parents being okay with a nearby location. Came back just before sunset and the parents were with them! As the saying goes, wild is best. Would have been fun raising …
When conditions are just right, tracks can become inches off the ground. I think these happened because the snow under the animals weight was compressed and took longer to melt than the surrounding snow. What do you think?
Good for the immune system. Always learn first hand from a pro how to identify and use this stuff.
I love these things! Sometimes when a tree dies, the roots stay alive and a ring of saplings sprout up around the original one. The energy inside is powerful!
Brandon and I enjoy the mixed conditions of an April excursion. Knee deep snow on northern slopes and bare ground in sunny spots!
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