Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Life on the Reserve

Life keeps moving on the Reserve. Farmers are busy tilling in the wheat and barley stubble, preparing the fields for a new crop. The beets were mowed a few weeks back, helping to control the weeds- but also reducing the cover for those persistent few pheasants on the run. I saw a male out on a date with two hens in a drainage ditch the other day. Not the most romantic local, but it is out of the way of those strangers dressed in Orange.
We are less than two weeks away from the start of the conference. If you have not registered yet, or know someone who needs to, now is the time!

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