Uncle Henry´s Universe.

Uncle Henry´s Universe.

About the blog

I have no heavy training... Barely Elementary School. Preferred the wilderness, it became my university, but I got muddy boots and experience instead of School knowledge so my English was therefore quite inadequate. This blog is a project to improve my skills in English language.

We all have our own universe, welcome to visit mine.

Mixed week.

Nature ConservationPosted by Uncle Henry Sun, March 13, 2016 19:38:38

It has been a varied week both in weather and tasks. Mostly overcast conditions, when it has been tracked wolves and wolverines, but also fine sunshine with good sightings of golden eagles. Only a few degrees below zero at night and a few degrees above zero in the daytime. Spring is on its way.

One morning we heard the raven crying outside our cabin, nothing unusual, but it was much closer than it usually is. It turned out that two wolves during the night, had killed and eaten, one of the roe deer that terrorize our garden. (I take care of some small sallow trees grown especially given the bumblebees in the spring. And who was munching on them last week, if not precisely these roe deer! But as you all know, crime does not pay and this time got the bad guy to pay with life!) If we had woken up and looked out the window, down the river, we had been able to see what happened. But oooh no. We slept sooo well! (It would have been interesting to see, but it was certainly too dark anyway.)

There is not much left of a roe deer when two hungry wolves taking a midnight snack.

Some days later, a moose cow with her two calves passed the place, (yes ... we have a new moose cow with calves discovered the charm of our garden!) she showed great interest in the wolf tracks and tracked them for a short distance. I have seen this behavior several times before during tracking, but this was the first time I saw it happen. Maybe she tried to judge when the wolves passed and which direction they took. She seemed very suspicious.





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