The Bog in the Namekagon Wilderness
Dear Friends, this is the black spruce bog in Namekagon Barrens that is now free of snow and the roads are getting in better shape for the upcoming sharp tail grouse dancing season. Yesterday was a wonderful cool dry blue sky day in the Barrens and i enjoyed my visit. I searched for agates and found two, one as big as my fist. I visited the Lek sites and the blinds are now in place. as i sat on the east blind, i saw three wolves hunting in the burned area to the northwest. This would also be east of the north blind, so be careful out there. soon we will be watching the grouse dance, til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on March 24, 2015, in Birds, Namekagon Wildlife Area, Nature, photography and tagged birds, grouse, mjspringett, Naamekagon Barrens, nature, photography, postaday, sharptail grouse. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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