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By David J. Hawke -- Good morning sports fans and welcome to Day 76 of the Wildlife Winter Olympic Games.I'm Buck Boaring, your host for the day, and joining us to report from the ...
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By David J. Hawke  – As some of you may be aware, the fourteenth of February is a special day, a day that often marks the start of a fresh new season....
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 By David J. Hawke — Now that Groundhog Day has been dealt with and we have a genuine forecast to make plans around (not!),  things are actually going to start heating up...
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By David J. Hawke — "Hi. I think there is a dead deer beside the snowshoe trail. I saw part of its head sticking out of the snow." The rest of the voice mail message gave a fairly ...
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By David J. Hawke — Out in our neck of the woods, which is quite woody indeed, coyotes are often heard but seldom seen. The corridor of interconnected forests and quiet farm field...
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By David J. Hawke -The annual January thaw is treated as a welcome reprieve from winter, an ephemeral opportunity to get into the woodlot and do a bit of work before the snow retur...

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