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Category Archives: Nature
The snow geese are landing, the eagles are in their nests, and the meadowlarks have found their favorite fence posts. Nature keeps on truckin’, and all’s well in this little corner of the world… Happy spring!
Cacti have spines. I know that. I mean, it’s really pretty obvious. What I didn’t know until too late is that some cacti have really tiny spines: so tiny that you don’t notice them. It would have helped to know … Continue reading
Breaking trail on a perfect winter day in Yellowstone. See you in the Spring, Yellowstone!
Yesterday’s task was to try and find a Great Horned Owl that we knew was hanging around some old cottonwoods not too far from our house. We tramped around the slushy woods, looking for that distinctive owl silhouette on … Continue reading
Grizzly bears are some bad ass critters, no two ways about it. But pound for pound, the wolverine wins the One Tough Critter contest, hands down. And it’s not just because they’ll take on animals many times their … Continue reading
We all know that you’re not supposed to make eye contact with wild animals. Or even with the neighborhood dogs. Or cats. Which must be why it is so disconcerting when a wild critter makes eye contact with us. … Continue reading
Some of our best friends are people. We like them. And sometimes we even like to go camping with them. But more often than not, we* prefer to camp alone, and we’re perfectly happy if we don’t see … Continue reading
It’s easy to think that there aren’t many birds left hanging around these cold northern woods by the end of December. But they’re there, huddled up in their little down coats, making an occasional foray to find some fermented berries … Continue reading
I’m standing on a hilltop in Yellowstone on a cold and bright December morning. The snow beneath me is covered with hundreds of wolf tracks. They must have been through here early this morning – the tracks are clearly fresh, … Continue reading
Let’s start with the weird. A baby Great Horned Owl should be cute, right? But this guy…just plain scary. Owls are often walking the line between cute and horrifying. Not sure which side these two fall on: Muskrats could be … Continue reading