Monthly Archives: June 2014

NEW FAWNS LEARN EARLY

This is the first fawn I’ve seen on my property this year – probably (and hopefully) won’t be the last. Momma has obviously taught it to drink, probably to eat corn and other “foreign” foods. It is also enjoying the … Continue reading

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RED SNAPPER CATCH DATA COLLECTION EFFORTS

NFMS has finally decided to pretend to be improving red snapper data collection, as it was mandated to do by Congress seven years ago. The call for public comments on data collection, however, was only published in the Federal Register, … Continue reading

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SAN BERNARD RIVER FLOODING

This aerial photo of the mouth of the San Bernard River was taken by Bert Smith, on 5/30/2014, after the recent heavy rains in Brazoria County. Note that several inches of rain could not wash open the clogged outlet – … Continue reading

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