July Highlights From The Trail

July was focused more on the water habitat than the conventional trail. I thought with the hot weather in July a few critters might want to cool off in the creek but I had no idea of how much bathing would take place. New species included a Woodland Jumping Mouse, a mink and a “Twirking…

June Highlights From the Trail

I could have entitled this “Distraught Single Mother Attempts to Raise Disruptive Twins in The Woods” but it would have sounded like a tabloid newspaper headline. Parents will, no doubt sympathize with the Mother. There is more to the video but it’s short so don’t go for a cup of coffee.

Signs Signs Everywhere

I enjoy finding animal sign. I have a very long “unimproved” driveway through the woods which gives me the opportunity to determine¬†who has been out-and-about during the night and sometimes what they’ve been up to. I frequent a large, remote area north of us where I often have a trail camera set up and have…

A Slide Show

People often tell me that they enjoy seeing my photography and I appreciate the comments. Not to get more flattery but to thank those who tune in to my website, watershedwildlife.com and blog occasionally, I created a video slide show by pulling images out of the archives that were taken in the vicinity of the…