appears to be a
This Thryothorus ludovicianus
didn’t seem to mind that I was three feet from it. Continue reading
Dogs like water more than fire.
Yellow Dog and camouflaged Brown Dog
And yes, Gretchen was putting out fires with a coffee cup and swamp water.
But she found something unexpected. Continue reading
Here’s why we should have burned this patch last year, but unfortunately weather didn’t cooperate.
Why frequent burning is necessary
If we didn’t burn, eventually what we’d get would be an uncontrolled wildfire with much worse flareups than that.
Somebody always complains about burning woods. Let the Longleaf Alliance explain the benefits of fire in a southern pine forest.
It started easy this year. Continue reading
After the prescribed burn, it’s a lot easier to see,
and there are more gopher tortoise burrows than we thought.
Here’s another Gopherus polyphemus near the road.
It’s good there are so many.
Gophers are a keystone species, hosting Continue reading
What do you do if someboby else is using the firestarter?
Spread the prescribe burn with a rake!
Yellow Dog is really not easily impressed.
Burning the woods 10 feet in front of her dog house produced a lot of smoke, as you can see.
Did she care?