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Deer have more than gun hunters to fear

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Many predators seek deer — not just humans.

Are deer as smart as they sometimes seem?

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Every fall I hear about a big buck someone has been tracking and watching for weeks. But when the gun season arrives, that big buck vanishes, only to reappear a few weeks later. Are deer really that smart? Deer intelligence Keen senses of smell, vision, and hearing have a lot to do with deer “intelligence.” […]

Turkeys and deer prepare for winter’s worst

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Turkeys and deer must prepare for winter before it gets here.

Mink a key species in marsh management

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Sometimes wildlife seems as curious about people as we are about them. I often spot deer watching me from the edge of the woods. When I see a fox, it’s usually watching me from a thicket of dense vegetation. Once I was fishing and, between catching fish and watching a belted kingfisher patrol up and […]

Dark-eyed juncos — a sure sign of winter

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Call them juncos or snowbirds, their return means temperatures are dropping and snow will soon fly.

Trail cams give you an around-the-clock view

Thursday, October 24, 2013

If you’ve ever suspected there was a big buck roaming your favorite hunting grounds, you probably wished you could monitor the area 24/7. But that’s virtually impossible unless you use a trail cam. Trail cams are motion-activated, weather-proof cameras that can be strapped to trees or posts to monitor wildlife activity. Many uses Hunters, birders […]

Falling temperatures sends signal to fill the feeders

Thursday, October 17, 2013

When morning low temperatures dip into the 30s, I know it’s time to get serious about filling my bird feeders. Here’s a guide matching desirable birds to specific foods and feeders. The single food that attracts the greatest variety of feeder birds is sunflower seed in tube or hopper feeders. Black-oil sunflower is appealing because […]

Now’s a good time to plant shrubs, trees, vines

Thursday, October 10, 2013

If your backyard plans include adding new plants for next year, get a head start this fall. Just be sure to get started before the ground freezes.

Pheasants are a fading symbol of autumn

Thursday, October 3, 2013

The year I turned 12 I got my first hunting license. It was my first chance to hunt ring-necked pheasants. My father brought birds home every fall, and I wanted to join the hunt. My dad taught me to shoot with a used, single shot, 12-gauge shotgun. It was a lot of gun for a […]

‘M&M’ season for the birds, without the chocolate

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Fall is also migration and molt season, for birds.

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