February 27th , 2018 By Luke Clayton
From the article: "The past few days’ rain has put a damper on a lot of outdoor activities but the moisture has also set the stage for a bountiful spring green up which will be of great benefit to wildlife and birds. On an almost daily basis, I spend an hour or so during the early morning hours walking through a couple hundred acres near my home, I call these outings “scouting” trips and I do look closely and read the signs left by game but my primary goal is to get my daily dose of the natural world. On my most recent outing during a lull between rainstorms, it was easy to see that a change is already in process."
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