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Meet you at the watering hole

This thought went through my mind the other morning when I saw a group of swallowtail butterflies at an almost empty puddle of water. The gathering of males seeking nourishment is called “puddling.” I’ve seen moths perform a similar act

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My Favorite Song

It’s the one Spring Peepers sing!

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Beaver

Of course this beaver wouldn’t slap his tail on the water while I was filming but he did entertain me for quite some time.

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Eaglets Get Ankle Bracelets

Check out the update about the eaglets! About the Banding 4-18-17 It was a rainy day, but as soon as the bucket truck showed up, the rain stopped!  Most of us still got pretty wet, but the chicks got new

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Moose Rescued on the Gunflint Trail

A moose fell through the ice on Hungry Jack Lake on the Gunflint Trail yesterday. Luckily someone saw it and gathered some folks to respond.  Cabin owners and the Gunflint Trail Volunteer Fire Department responded and were able to pull

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Most Moose

I love this time of the year because it is when we see our neighborhood moose the most often. We find them licking salt off of the road! Cassidy and Matt saw these two hanging out the other evening.

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Minnesota Moose Population Stable?

Here’s the latest from the Minnesota DNR- Moose population remains low, but survey suggests 6-year population stability Population statistically unchanged from last year’s estimate Minnesota’s moose population shows signs of stability when comparing this year’s population estimate of 3,710 northeastern

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Bald Eagles nesting

I love that we can watch these bald eagles, what a wonderful resource. from the mn DNR  We’ve come a long way, baby’ Compared to the excitement when our eagles produced their first egg on Jan. 28, the past four

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Pine Martens are so cute

Pine Martens are so very cute except for when they aren’t. Like the year they decided our outfitting building made a beautiful winter home. We had to trap them and they kept coming back. This one in the cage was

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Happy Endings for a Moose

I don’t like to see animals suffer and I was a little afraid to watch this video but I’m glad I did. Hopefully the moose was able to recuperate fully.

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