“All Creatures Great and Small”


With two weeks before hunting season begins, this big dude has decided to take up residence in the safety of our our backyard bullwinkle refuge. 😊

All things bright and beautiful,

All creatures great and small,

All things wise and wonderful,

The Lord God made them all.”

Cecil Francis Alexander

Nap Time
Wake Up!
Lunch Time
                          
                                                              Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

    

Single Moms


A couple of single moms with their kids have taken up residence here along with their kids in exchange for shrub pruning and weed control . . . a Win-Win situation 😊

Mama and twins
Single Mom and Jr.
Wake up Mom – It’s Lunchtime
Lunchtime!
Family Walk-By
Junior

Wilderness Chronicles


A spruce hen and her chick perched safely above me . . . fresh imprints revealing a predator/prey pursuit . . . last fall’s bull moose antler scrapes . . . each a page in Mother Nature’s cycle of life that graced today’s wilderness wanderings.

For every creature of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills“. – Psalm 50:10

Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

Spruce Grouse hen and chick
Moose tracks
Wolf track
Bull Moose antler scrapes
Grouse Silhouette
Wilderness Wonder

All Creatures Great and Small


Last Frontier’s wildlife portrays Mother Nature’s calm and chaos . . . strength and stamina . . . beauty and barbarity. The cow moose scars are mostly likely from a foiled grizzly attack.

All creatures great and small. The Lord God made them all”. – James Herriot

Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

Grizzly Survivor
Mallard Family
Young Bull Moose 2 AM Grazing
Trumpeter Swan

Feral Friends


Never knowing which of our Last Frontier feral neighbors may decide to wander through our backyard is always an unanticipated treat. Here’s a vid clip of a recent impromptu fur and fowl ‘Splash Party’ 😊

Bullwinkle and Trumpeter Swans

Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!