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Country Life Critters

Country Life Critters

One of the things I really enjoy about living the country life is encountering the various critters, all shapes and all sizes. Country Life Critters–Frogs In June we have a lot of frogs croaking in the nearby ponds, in fact, frequently the noise is so loud you can hardly hear yourself think! Imagine my surprise when I reached for the door knob to go inside […]

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Sounds of the Wild–Wolves

Sounds of the Wild–Wolves

  MONDAY MENTION–Sounds of the Wild Wolves   When we first moved up here to our 120 acre place in northern Minnesota on the Iron Range in 2002, and before the willows grew so high you could no longer see through the open field back to the tree line, we would occasionally see a pack of wolves running after deer. But like I said, the […]

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Mouse in the House!

Mouse in the House!

Country Living Tales (in this case, Tails)– You can really tell that fall is here in northern Minnesota and winter is fast approaching, when the mice try to over-run the house! Well, as you can see here the mouse (or mice as it turns out) were very industrious over the night tearing into the toilet paper roll. I decided to leave it in place there […]

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Mother of the Year–Mule Deer Does!

Mother of the Year–Mule Deer Does!

Here’s a great article on the Science Dailywebsite about how protective the female Mule Deer is of her own fawns and those from the Whitetail Deer family, too. They go to great lengths against predators to protect the youngsters. Susan Lingle, a researcher in the Department of Psychology at the University of Lethbridge in Canada, and her team observed this unique behavior on a large […]

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Shed Antler Grows Into Tree!

Ever heard of an antler growing out of a tree? Well, The Shed Antler Blog posted some very interesting pictures of a shed antler growing into the base of a tree trunk! Take a look, you have to see it to believe it! http://shedantler.net/archives/2007/03/08/shed-antler-grown-into-tree/ LIKE THIS POST? Subscribe to get updates!

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