Got gophers? You’ve got wildlife deeply connected to your property.
Don’t disregard voles as vermin. Take a look beneath the surface.
Think you’ve got moles, those blind, invasive rodents that eat your plants? Think again!
A nighttime symphony echoes through our farm, but the musicians have yet to be spotted.
A shed snakeskin provides clues to wildlife activity on your property.
It’s skunk mating season, and everyone can smell it.
Before you cut down and haul out a dead tree, consider the benefits of leaving it in place—a standing snag can be a valuable component of a wildlife-friendly farm.
We often look at beetles as pests, but they do more than just compete for the fruits of our labors—they could be the best pollinators we have.
Think about what living off the land could truly look like with these wild-game meat alternatives.
When you happen upon an owl in the middle of a dark country road, you basically have to help it, right?
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