Migration of Sandhill Cranes Sandhill Cranes start to congregate on the Canadian prairies in early to mid August. Usually by mid-September the number of cranes peak. Twice a day cranes fly from their roosting areas, typically shallow marshes and wetlands, to the croplands to feed, returning to roost several hours later. The call of the… [Continue Reading]
The end to a perfect day of hunting for shed antlers with my dog… Please share this image, if you like it. Thanks!
Canadian shooters love the SKS rifle. Inexpensive to purchase, loads of available surplus ammo at decent prices, and most importantly fun to shoot! These are a few of the reasons to own a SKS. For this project I will be upgrading a basic mil-surplus Russian SKS rifle with a new stock from ATI as well… [Continue Reading]
The Richardson’s Ground Squirrel, also known as the ‘gopher’, is a small rodent found in the grasslands of North America. While it is at home in the pastures and fields of the prairies it has learned to adapt and thrive in our developed areas as well, often in the absence of its natural predators. Ground… [Continue Reading]