Tag Archives: red squirrel

A Fisher at the Feeder

Copyright © 2019 Don H. Meredith, All Rights Reserved “Don,” my wife said in a half-whisper. “Come quick.” It was an October morning just before sunrise, and I was doing my early morning routine of reviewing and deleting email messages … Continue reading

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The Hunter/Angler as Naturalist

[Note: The following was first published in the March 2013 Alberta Outdoorsmen.] Copyright © 2013 Don H. Meredith One of the things I enjoy about still hunting is how acute my senses become trying to detect any small sound, sight … Continue reading

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Squirrel Wars

It’s March. The days are getting longer. As a result certain hormones are beginning to flow through the veins of many animals in the woods and fields here in Alberta. On sunny days, male chickadees are singing their spring long-calls … Continue reading

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Owls in My Backyard

If there is just one reason I enjoy living in the country, it is because of the wildlife I can watch from my window or deck. And if there is just one type of bird I enjoy watching, it is … Continue reading

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Spring in Alberta

The sun has once again crossed the equator, heading north to warm the hemisphere it has neglected the last six months. That crossing, of course, is the official start of spring–the season of renewal. Here in Alberta it can be … Continue reading

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