Sunday, December 10th, 2023

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Sunday, December 10th, 2023

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Remembering Leopold: In the outdoors, it’s the learning that we crave

One of the great joys of the outdoors is the constant seeing and learning about something new. If we knew why a goose does what a goose does, for example, there would be no more of the mystic that draws us to nature. (Photo by Steve Oehlenschlager)
More often than not, it seems the goal of most wildlife is to confuse me. Ducks land 100 yards downwind of the decoys. A deer comes down the trail from behind me instead of in front of me. Turkeys display just over the hill instead of in the field in front of me – which, to my eyes, looks perfect for turkeys.
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