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Getting ready to deer hunt tonight I found this woolybear on the ground. First all black one I’ve seen, just a few specks of brown. More black means a hard winter.. mmm we’ll see..


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Could be, it does have longer bristles than a woolly , some type of caterpillar I guess.


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your a very smart man fastwater, my grandfather taught me many years ago to watch wildlife. and he was full blooded delaware indian. the squirrels around my house start moving before daylight and work all day on their nests, so im thinking we have a humdinger of a winter on our doorstep
 

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your a very smart man fastwater, my grandfather taught me many years ago to watch wildlife. and he was full blooded delaware indian. the squirrels around my house start moving before daylight and work all day on their nests, so im thinking we have a humdinger of a winter on our doorstep
Thank you for the complement sir.
IMO, Wildlife/Mother Nature is the best forecaster there is...other than my arthritis for short term changes.:rolleyes:
 

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Nooo...... Ice ....and certainly no ticks please! :)
 
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