One of my favorite critters. I have used trail cameras since the days of having to develope your film and I've only gotten one bobcat. I'll go back and see if I can find the picture.
If your Doctor is a tree, you're on acid.
They're all over the place up here, but you hardly ever see them. I see their paw prints from time to time but this was the first one I got a really good look at in CT, very elusive creatures.
A little late for this year but I bet you'll be ready for deer season next year.In a strange coincidence, I found and appropriated a slingshot from my daughter's room today. It's heavy but I can start practicing in the yard.
I'm going to elect to NOT type out what I'm thinking. I'm sure most of you can figure it outWow that's a wide rack
wow that is the ugliest/most wonderful rack I think I've ever seen. They might have to create a whole new scale to measure it.Some of y'all might be interested in this. New world record?
This past Tuesday me and Kathy ruined one man's hunt.
We were out doing our AT boundary monitoring and came across a bow hunter in a tree stand just over the line from the AT land.
He knew exactly where the line was, that the land was for the trail, and had his tree stand facing away form the trail.
I thanked him for respecting the boundary line and then apologized for all the noise and commotion we made as we walked along.
We wouldn't have even seen him except that he spoke to us before climbing down.