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May 30 2018

Porcupine is resting on the wheel hub of the tractor. Caretakers found multiple quills on the back porch indicating that the Porcupine had gotten into a struggle with some other animal. After losing quills, the Porcupine needs to rest to recover and grow them back. It was a quiet resting place until it was found and photographed. It moved away after this photo was taken.

Posted in Census, 2018 Journal

May 22 2018

Rat snake seen in pond among reeds, probably hunting frogs.

  • Made adjustments to dirt speed bumps to divert rain water into fields along the side of the road. Arranged cedar branches on contour to slow erosion.

Posted in Census, Erosion, 2018 Journal

April 28 2018

Some of the feral hogs caught on the game camera. This group of 12 was finally trapped and removed from the propety.

Posted in Census, 2018 Journal

January 21 2018

Last day of Deer hunting, shot 1 Doe.

A total of 34 deer harvested this hunting season.

Posted in Census, 2018 Journal

January 08 2018

Hunters shot 2 spike Deer and 2 Does. Spikes are 2 year olds. Does are 3-4 years old. A total of 33 taken thus far.

Posted in Census, 2018 Journal

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