Bears are on the move eating just about anything that catches their nose. They have one the best senses of smell and will follow a scent for miles.So when you put your garbage out the night before pickup you're sending out an full scented invitation. The same thing goes for fallen apples
I just got word from Bruce Auchly, with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks in Great Falls. He says the snow geese migration is underway at Freeezeout Lake WMA. Estimates are that some 50,000-100,000 of the birds are already there.
All kids love mud puddles. It doesn’t matter if they are a boy or a girl. Mud puddles equal endless fun for kids. They splash, jump and kick to their hearts content. There is just something about a hole filled with muddy water that screams “I’m fun! Jump in me!” to little ones.
Thursday morning on the Craig & Al Morning Show the subject of hunting came up and stirred quite a number of phone calls, all of them positive and entertaining. The most unusual was from Curious Bob who lives up “The Snake.”
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