We have had a pretty mild winter over here in the Eastern part of the state. Lately it has been extremes. A week ago this past Wed. we recieved over 17 inches of snow. The weather has warmed up and now it has been raining the last day and a half. There is a lot of snow gone, but now we are in a flood warning and there is water everywhere. Three weeks until the first hunt of the season, actually a little less. The 29th is the first day in the woods. Hopefully we get rid of the majority of this snow by then.
Haven't heard any gobbling yet or any strutting birds. How about anyone else? Usually by now I have seen my first strutter. I figure we get a couple warm sunny days and then they will be out showing off.
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