Thoughts on Abundance During Climate Change
There was a time when I was fearful that my dogs would drink from Fish Fry Lake. Early on, there were times the lake was just a carpet of algae, interrupted by the occasional bright splotch of weird colored cyanobacteria. There were indicators that it was hazardous…dead birds floating belly up in the green muck
Vio(let), our nine-year-old yellow Lab, is patiently helping bring on Reacher, our Brittany pup. He is almost seven months now, and precocious. I have been mixing hunt time with puppy time…perhaps pushing Reacher towards the hunt because of my lack of a dog, as Sam, my female Lab left us last year. But Reacher’s reality is that playtime is anytime. And I'm being trained too,
In which Bruce writes about our experiences of trying to outwit the battle-weary, sharp, cagey wild pheasant at the end of a long season - and sometimes winning! Bruce writes as someone frequently known to get a limit on the last day of season. I (Anne) am more likely to come back with a duck and a goose, but I'm not complaining! Here it is...
Bruce knows and loves the pheasant like no other hunter / landowner, and he writes with humor and expertise about this glorious bird. His stories are full of wisdom and insight and are fun to read! Eventually they will be published - working title "Pheasant Book".
Joy of Hunting
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