Picture yourself harnessed in a tree stand for deer hunting. You are losing light. It’s nearing sunset. The prime time for deer movement. Suddenly, you hear a squirrel bark and chatter. Then even closer to you, from the same direction, you hear curiosity putts from some wild turkeys. Within a few minutes you hear another squirrel bark and chatter by your location. Then, you hear the guttural grunt of a buck. Out of nowhere appears an adult white-tailed deer doe …Read More »
Nuts for Nuts in Nebraska!
Nature’s fantastic color show is emerging in the west and north. To me, that means the forest floor will soon be saturated with autumn leaf matter as well as something else — nuts! Freshly fallen black walnuts on the forest floor along a creek bottom in southeastern Nebraska woodlands. Photo by Greg Wagner/Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. One of the reasons to take a long walk in the woods during autumn is to gather some delicious, nutritious, wild or homegrown …Read More »
Donating Time/Talent to Outdoor Community
Yesterday, I participated in the way-too-much-fun Scheels Camo Classic Golf Tournament at Miracle Hill in Omaha to help bring attention to and benefit the Great Plains Pointer Rescue organization (www.greatpointers.org) It’s always a good thing to donate some of your time and/or talents to the outdoor community where/when possible! In my case yesterday, it was only time, HA, but for a very worthy cause! Somebody please yell: “Fore!”Read More »