In the cabin, we have a framed comic strip which features a woodsman talking to a tree.
Lots of snow means lots of interesting animal tracks in the woods. WTIPs Jay Andersen talks with local phenologist Chel Anderson about snow prints.
As winter settles in, so do many birds. Those that don’t migrate must have adaptations to the cold. WTIPs Jay Andersen talks with local phenologist Chel Anderson about winter bird survival.
Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it a meteor shower and it’s going on right now.
A belated Happy New Year to everyone! The days spin by so fast regardless of where one is located, and being in the wilderness is no exception, 2011 is already a week old!
Recently, I interviewed a few friends for a trout fishing story I'm writing for a magazine.
He says it was no big deal, but coming home with a new boat was an adventure for Don Szczech.
Years ago I found myself on a rocky outcrop overlooking the little North Shore community where I live.
New England's abundant whitetails present a host of management challenges, according to a story in the current issue
While we still aren’t sure who will be our next governor, some are already speculating about who our incoming leader will appoint to lead the Minnesota DNR.