Archive for June, 2013

Fox on the Move Spring 4/26/13

Posted on June 30, 2013 by Leave a comment

This Red Fox is on the move during the day as Spring weather warms and the clover is starting to regrow in 2013. In the direction he is headed he is on target to move towards the neighbors chicken coop. Last year we had a den with a mother fox and some kits about 100 yards from this spot. There were a lot of chicken feathers around the outside of the den on the ground. The fox was also observed hunting mice in the field. It takes a lot of trips to feed hungry growing kits. This Red Fox is on the move during the day as Spring weather warms and the clover is starting to regrow in 2013. iphone 8 case textured In the direction it is headed it is on target to move towards the neighbors chicken coop. iphone 7 marble hard case Last year we had a den with a mother fox (called a vixen) and some kits about 100 yards from this spot. iphone 6 disney case holding apple There were a lot of chicken feathers around the outside of the den on the ground. iphone 7 plus phone cases mandala The fox was also observed hunting mice in the field.

Winter Deer Food Plot Activity 1/27/13

Posted on June 28, 2013 by Leave a comment

Winter Deer Feeding 1/27/13 Winter Deer Feeding 1/27/13. iphone 6 case rock bands This little deer has been feeding all winter, the weeknd phone case iphone 6 so far. unicorn iphone 6 case Look at all the tracks. koala iphone 7 case The deer have been really attracted to the turnips,

Whitetail Clover Spring Green-up 4/21/13

Posted on June 22, 2013 by Leave a comment

"Imperial Whitetail Clover Spring Green-up" The Imperial Whitetail Clover is beginning to green up in western NY State. The deer are beginning to browse the clover and add some quality protein to their diet. So far we have photographed as many as four deer at one time in this plot. The Fall 2012 brassica, turnip and radish plot in the foreground has completely disintegrated over the winter. This is a late spring even for western NY in 2013. The Imperial Whitetail Clover is beginning to green up in western NY State. iphone 7 phone cases cricket The deer are beginning to browse the clover and add some quality protein to their diet. otterbox iphone 6 case defender So far we have photographed as many as four deer at one time in this plot. elvis iphone 6 case The Fall 2012 brassica, iphone 6 case game of thrones turnip and radish plot in the foreground has completely disintegrated over the winter.

Chicory Thrives After Flooding 4/18/13

Posted on June 22, 2013 by Leave a comment

Chicory survives late spring flooding Chicory survives late spring flooding in north Georgia. iphone 7 charger case This fall planted Chicory survived a late spring flooding in north Georgia. purse iphone 7 plus case Tecomate, Max-Attract Mixture and Rackmaster, Deer Greens Mixture were planted and were well established going into winter. iphone 8 arm case This Max-Attract seed included triticale, oats, peas, yellow clover, crimson clover and Commander Chicory. iphone 7 plus case ombre Additionally Rackmaster, The Deer Greens seed included rapeseed, turnip, daikon radish, and kale. bling iphone 6 case In the wettest areas after the flooding, the Commander Chicory was the only thing to survive and vigorously re-grow.

Deer Returning from Herding 4/14/13

Posted on June 18, 2013 by Leave a comment

The snow has finally melted and the deer are now separating from the winter herd. The snow has finally melted and the deer are now separating from the winter herd. iphone 6 wireless charging case After a long snowy winter where the deer herded into groups of 10 to 100, iphone 6 plus case double sided the herds have broken up and the deer are returning to their old haunts.