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"ranger smith" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:50 min | 2 months ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on The Big 98

"You just want him. You make him along If you want more betrayed his over who don't quiet 69. Even try to, you know, write you wanted him broken very hard in your home. You gotta mow. You know stars do you You treat him? So one of them does trying to be no, but you're just here for the wrong stuff. If you want. Nashville and Hollywood and number 2 37. Carrie Underwood's new Christmas album. My Gift is out today. She also announced that she's bringing the new album Toe Life with a Christmas special on HBO. Max this holiday season. Here's her song. Let There Be Peace. Let there Ranger Smith shared the.

Heavily Armed Fans Guard Statue Of Yogi Bear In Case It Turns Out He Supported Confederacy

The Topical

02:47 min | 4 months ago

Heavily Armed Fans Guard Statue Of Yogi Bear In Case It Turns Out He Supported Confederacy

"For weeks now confederate statues have been coming down across the country either toppled by protesters or removed by local government says America reckons with its racist history, but things are coming to ahead and Sioux. Falls South Dakota where a group of heavily-armed fans have been guarding a statue of Yogi bear. In case it turns out. He supported the confederacy. Take a listen. Here, with Moore's opie are hanna-barbera correspondent Marcy Hammond mercy. Welcome Hi Leslie. The clip you just heard is the sound of dozens of Yogi bear fanatics who spent the last two days protecting a ten foot, tall statue of the classic cartoon character had a campground in South Dakota wielding assault rifles and clad in camouflage. They say that in the off chance. The animated bear held pro confederacy believes they don't want is fiberglass sculpture. Sculpture Torn down. Here's one of the protesters fill marquis. Who traveled all the way from freaking Aberdeen to help patrol? The Park Yoga's Jelly Stones Funds Spare, and even if he was pro slavery, which we honestly have no idea if he was or not, you can't see racist memory just to appease the social justice warriors I, know I speak for everyone here. Would I say I am prepared to die to defend our? Who strong words have there been any attempts by activists to deface or destroy the statue? There have not and while some would argue. That's because the statue was not in any real danger. Marquis believes it's actually because his crews doing such a good job protecting it I see why of the protesters decided to take a stand now well in light of recent efforts by activists to remove memorials dedicated to Stonewall Jackson Robert e Lee and other southern civil war leaders. This group which has dubbed itself the Jelly Stone militia fears. It's only a matter of time before public opinion turns on its favourite anthropomorphic animal. Here's Marquis again. People are so quick to. To say Yogi. Bear me of harbored pro confederacy beliefs, and therefore should be cancelled, but that completely ignores his rich history, a stealing picking masters his work with Ranger Smith and all the mentoring to providing young bears like boo, boo, we don't know whether he would have stood with the union or fought for southern secession. And until we know for sure I'm going to stay here and she. This statue safe sounds like the jelly stone militias senator for the long haul, our officials, responding State Park Rangers have been attempting to keep the protest peaceful, but haven't always been successful. Take a listen to party with video that Yogi bear fans uploaded twitter today. Only folks. All. Your all the can't hear I just need y'all to register at the front gate and pay seven dollars rounds fee. Oh my God! It's ANTIGA. While we'll clearly tensions remain high marcie. Please keep us updated. As the story unfolds, we all do. That's OPR's Marcy

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Here now and was officer Dibble was he? Who is the jelly stone park ranger? Oh ranger. Smith was ranger Smith. I. Oh, no. Okay, range. And but anyway, talking about Marsh, Wrens martians are everywhere in usually, I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck the Marsh Wrens jump forward in allow takes their picture. Now they also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah, I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd, like, if we told her about this place, it's a little too secluded. No, she might get a little suspicious. Yes. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely bake your way through the I can't believe how close we are disease. Spurs, we've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before read this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags me the H. L Minkin award. So we took our time, and it was a day that didn't seem to be very, well, commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging, because it was this is June thirteenth, and it's chilly. If sixty six degrees, six degrees, it might as well be a Dan September. Try to remember while there's an overcast sky, sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Come yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day, all around. But, but we do great. And so what you did ringing every last bird out everywhere you go now. Well we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did. We saw American bitterns and least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high. But they hobby, right out. Yup. Hummy Marsh Wrens. You think there were, oh a dozen? Dozen my nights. You say, oh, it's, it's dozens. Well, a couple dozen nineteen point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north South Carolina. Would you say? Yeah. Kind of north west a bit, perhaps. All right. And it's north north west. Uh-huh. Yeah. And it's kind of, but it's south. Did you hear that? Yeah. That's a lays. That is the yellow to blackboard is the south of Baffin island. It is it if you are going to king point. And you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, you're not gonna see a yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. No. And we know Seh habitat has been cut down from past years. Hasn't it has? I wonder if that has anything to do with he yellow headed blackbirds. Move to this area. It could be because this is still quite densely populated with greenery it is, there's a lot of greenery right here. Yeah. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike you were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area ridi area nearby the wooded area, there's protection there's, there's a natural. I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed woodpecker. It is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think since the Blackbird sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your sonnets, your promise yellow had. Oh, last fo-. Yes. And how is that coming? What kind of progress are you make I make making pretty good progress. I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles should assign. It have. Well, I it's like at a wrinkle and a b wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for awhile. That's at least two wrinkles. Yeah. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle, and among the other miraculously things we saw. We saw a field with several Caspian turns in it, right? Oh, yes, there were dozens of Caspian tres another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And yeah. After we're done with this pock. We're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience. And I think it's about time that you started to reevaluate your priorities because our audience, you know, frankly. No, maybe I shouldn't get into it now. But our audience has been a little bit Hoste lately. They have. Yeah, they have according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor of the show in either, as briskets to go your one stop destination for the best briskets on planet earth. But that number again, Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show, Bill. But map my hike said we walked two point two one miles, and it took us two hours twenty three minutes. That's good. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. Yeah. Huffing and puffing. It's well, I may only be sixty six degrees, but maybe shell the workforce out in the open to you never see that just sitting down your because this is a little wonderland here. I might try and get a picture of a yellow warbler. I are. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. This is one is zipped right by we'll wait till tomorrow, because we have not yet, gone to towers point state park, and that's going to be every bit as exciting as the show who knows what treasures are these yellow. So there's going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so life radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us, in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were, and Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me. I couldn't find and Bill Bill set what did you say? I said, what's that? That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous, thanks to book character Bill home for joining me and driving me in gusts Volvo. Sure. Gus says you're welcome thanks to filler Inc for providing much of the content to this show, and I guess that's it. Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard. And.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on The Big 98

"We've been careful seen a big Montana sky. Driven banana coast. Spirit. Ring memory scenes, come. So your. No matter. If your. Speaking of the coast, five beach that's onset cliffs by. Talk about that, that. Two. Twelve stayed in. No matter. You. Don't you remember townsquare countdown where two thousand one ever. No kidding. But once again, couldn't hail. No matter. There girl. There. No matter where we been there ain't no bit the new. My. With my own. Show. From the south. Raising. To get her. Way. Bang. Fifteen. Just fast. No. Those three. Back. Fifteen. Breezing. Thanks up. Melissa. Of smile. When we get. Inches a mind body. John. Back. Fifteen. Fascinating. Bobby bones show. What you got in sports in the Stanley Cup final Saint Louis. B Boston Saint-Louis now, leads the series three games to two really sad news. The country world ranger Smith said is three year old son died after drowning in the family's swimming pool thoughts and prayers with Grainger family and.

"ranger smith" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Negotiations Joseph's back. I'm Elliot Francis. The Washington Post reports US and Mexican officials. Outlining a possible deal to avert. President Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexican imports starting Monday post reporter Kevin safe says it's still not clear, whether the president will accept it on the table that was basically allow Mexico and Guatemala to service, but we'll be called safe third countries. In other words asylum seekers who arrive in US would instead be deported to indicates Guatemalan it'd be to Mexico and indicated hundreds and Salvadorans it'd be deported to Guatemala, and they get in apply for silent in those countries. No deal is reached officials are expected to continue talks Friday. A democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is reversing course and declaring he no longer supports a longstanding congressional ban on using federal money to pay for abortions as reversal. Thursday came after rivals and women's rights groups blasted him for firming that he still supported the Hyde amendment country singer, Grainger, Smith's three zero son is dead. Following a tragic accident. Go Michaels tells what happened ranger Smith posted a brokenhearted message to Instagram saying, quote, a half to deliver, unthinkable news. With lost our youngest son river Kelly Smith following a tragic accident. And despite doctors best efforts, he was unable to be revived. Smith would say there's never been a more difficult moment for us than this. The family is asking that in lieu of flowers or gifts donations be sent to Dell children's medical center in rivers name. I'm Bill Michaels and Trump is signed on nine billion dollar disaster Bill aimed at helping communities across the country bounce back from hurricanes floods tornadoes, and fires. Mr. Trump tweeted a photo of himself holding these signed Bill. What.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thanks for calling. And by the way, thank you to so many of you who've set me, emails thanking me for this great show. I wanna thank you. And I wanna thank K G O for letting me do it. When I can read our wonderful engineer, Valery branch, our producer. I'll be back tomorrow night. Six o'clock, right here on. Tariff negotiations. Joseph smack I'm Elliot Francis. The Washington Post reports US and Mexican officials outlining possible deal to avert. President Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexican imports starting Monday post reporter Kevin safe says it's still not clear, whether the president will accept it. That would allow Mexico and Guatemala to serve as we'll be called safe third countries. In other words asylum seekers who arrive in the US would instead, be deported to indicates Guatemalans deported to Mexico and indicates Hondurans Salvadorans. It'd be deported to Guatemala. And they then apply for asylum in those countries. No deal is reached officials are expected to continue talks Friday. Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden is reversing course and declaring he no longer supports a longstanding congressional ban on using federal money to pay for abortions is reversal Thursday came after rival and women's rights groups blasted him for firming that he still supported the height amendment country singer. Grainger Smith's three zero son is dead. Following a tragic accident. Bill Michaels tells what happened ranger Smith posted a brokenhearted message to Instagram saying, quote, a half to deliver unthinkable. News. We've lost our youngest son river Kelly Smith following a tragic accident. And despite doctors best efforts, he was unable to be revived Smith. Would to say there's never been a more difficult moment for us than this. The family is asking that in lieu of flowers or gifts donations be sent to Dell children's medical center in rivers name. I'm Bill Michaels. Trump assigned a nineteen billion dollar disaster Bill aimed at helping communities across the country, bounce back from hurricanes floods tornadoes, and fires. Mr. Trump tweeted a photo of himself holding these signed Bill. What.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy little turn off that didn't look promising. And it was guarded by. That is one close by there up in the trees, they do in the tree. Yeah. Well was to be up in the trees just because we're here. They're changing our habits. Yeah. No, I forgot what I was gonna say some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place for you think you might see like a yeti or something, I know almost anything could have a SaaS squash. I mean is it is wild. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. The other fighting over there. I'll be done. Well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to got her. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using I should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track my hike, and how am I getting for mentioning this apple map, my height? Yeah. What's what what is that? Something over there like a ring of birds. It is a ring of our there's sort of to sing and ring of bird oboe. Kind of an open area and then surrounded by trees with burdensome a hun-. A lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game warden to get here. Yeah. And it was it officer Dibble was the. Who is the jelly stone park ranger. Oh, ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. I although okay range, and but anyway, I started talking about Marsh Wrens martians are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck, the Marsh Wrens jump forward in allow now take their picture out. Now, they also put their wings around each other. And smiled. Yeah. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. Yes. You would only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely bake your way through the I can't believe how close we are these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before rest this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags me the h l Mencken award. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth. And it's chilly. If sixty six degrees. Six degrees. It might as well be a Dan September try to remember while there's an overcast sky sort of threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Come yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around, but but we do great. And so what you did wring every last bird out of everywhere you go now. Well, we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitterns at least bitterns as we said these are secretive birds that usually high, but they hobby right out. Yup. Hummy Marsh Wrens, you think were oh a dozen. In my nights. You say, oh, it's it's dozens well. A couple dozen nineteen point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north to South Carolina. Would you say? Yeah. Kind of north west of it perhaps. All right, and it's north north west. Uh-huh. Yeah. And it's kind of but it's south. Did you hear that? Yeah. That's a ladies that is the yellow to blackboard, and is he award south of Baffin island. It is it if you are going to Niane king point and you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That thing. They're up here in the trees. Yeah. Go ahead. In. There. We were at nine king point. I wasn't very optimistic within after two hours and twenty three minutes. There you run every bird out of that place. I did you Burdette it out. We there was an bird laughed run. There was I think we all while we run them like a bell. I know that was very impressive. Listen, but we saw American bitterns. Yup. It's the least of it. That's the lease of it. Because we also saw a least bitter bitter to two of them and. That's our I hope you can hear our friend. They're calling occasionally the it's not my stomach. No. I was going to say it sorta sounds like. Sorta sounds like a red headed excuse me, a red wing Blackbird throwing up. Yeah. That's pretty accurate. Yeah. But this is the lie. I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy. Little turn off that didn't look promising. And it was guarded by. That one close by there up in trees, the tree. Trees just because we're here. They're changing our habits. No, I forgot what I was gonna say some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place where you think you might see like a a yeti or something I know it almost anything could have suss quash. I mean wild. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. The other fighting over there. I'll be darn well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to got her. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track. My hike. And how much you getting for mentioning this apple map, my height? Yeah. Oh, what what is that? Something over there. A ring of birds. It is a ring of our. To sing. And ring a bird. Oh boy. Open area, and then it's surrounded by trees with birds them a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game warden to get here. And was it officer Dibble. Who is the jelly stone park. Ranger ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. Okay range, and but anyway, talking about Marsh Wrens martians are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren. But just out of pure luck started pure luck. The Marsh Wrens jump forward in their picture out. Now. They also put their wings around each other. Smiled. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you could barely Baker tweet through. I can't believe how close we are to these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds had a great distance before this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags me the H L Minkin award. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well common. Kerry didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth, and it's truly. It's sixty six degrees. Sixty six degrees. It might as well be a Dan September try to remember whether there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is gonna be a bad day all around, but but we do great. And so what you did ringing every last bird everywhere you go now. Well, we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitterns at least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high day hop right out. Yup. How many Marsh Wrens you think there were? Oh, a dozen a dozen my guide you say, oh, it's it's dozens well. A couple of dozen nineteen point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north South Carolina. Would you say, yeah. Kind of north west bit perhaps. Okay. All right. And it's north north west. Yeah. Yeah. And it's kind of south. You hear that? Yeah. That Steph ladies that is the yellow headed Blackbird. South of Baffin island. It is if you are going to Niane king point and you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, you're not gonna see a yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. No. And we know Seh habitat has been cut down from past years hasn't it has I wonder if that has anything to do with the yellow headed blackbirds move to this area. Because this is still quite densely populated with greenery. It is there's a lot of greenery right here. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike. You were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area ridi area nearby the wooded area. There's protection is naturally. I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed would packed. It is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think since the blackbirds sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your son. If your promise yellow headed. Oh, last fo-. Yes. And how is that coming what kind of progress that you make I'm making pretty good progress? I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles should a son at have? Well, it's like at a wrinkle in a B wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for that's at least two wrinkles. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle and among the other miraculously things we saw we saw a field with several Caspian turns in it. Right. Oh, yes. There were dozens of Caspian another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And after we're done with this pack. We're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience than I think, it's. About time that you started to reevaluate your priorities. He's our lawyers. You know, frankly, now, maybe I shouldn't get into it now, but our audience has been a little bit hostile lately they have haven't now, but according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor the show, and neither is brisk gets to go your one-stop destination for the best briskets on planet earth that phone number again Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show Bill but map, my hike said we walked two point two one miles and it took us two hours and twenty three minutes. That's good. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. Yeah. Huffing and puffing. That's why may only be sixty six degrees. But really shallow warblers out in the open to you. Never see that just sitting down your because this is a little wonderland. Yeah. I might try and give me a picture of a yellow warbler. I all right. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. Boy, this is one zipped right by. Yeah. Well, wait till tomorrow because we have not yet gone to towers point state park. And that's going to be every bit as exciting as this show. Who knows what treasures? So is going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so life radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were. And Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me I couldn't find and Bill Bill set. What did you say? Again. I said what's that? That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous. Thanks to book character. Bill home for joining me and driving me in gusts Volvo sure Gus says, you're welcome. Thanks to filler Inc. For providing much of the content to this show. And I guess that's it Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard and.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"There was I think we got them all while we run them like a bell. I know that was very impressive. Listen, but we saw American Bidermann. Yup. Two of us, the least of it. That's the Lisa that. Because we also saw a least veteran bitter to two of them and. That's our friend. You can hear our friend. They're calling occasionally it's not my stomach. No. I was gonna say it sorta sounds lakey. Sorta sounds like a red headed excuse me, a red wing Blackbird throwing up pretty accurate. Yeah. But this is the lie. I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy. A little turn off that didn't look promising. And it was guarded by. That is one close by there up in the trees. So they do in the tree. Trees just because we're here. They're changing our habits. No, I forgot what I was gonna say some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place where you think you might see like a yeti or something, I know almost anything could have suss squash. Wild. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. Oh, the other fighting over there. I'll be darn well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to got her. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using I should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track my hike how much. Getting for mentioning this map, my height. Yeah. Something over there like a ring of birds. It is a ring of our. Olin to sing. And ring a bird. Oh boy. In area surrounded by trees with birds in them. A lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game warden to get here. And it was it officer Dibble. Who is the jelly stone park ranger. Oh, ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. I o okay range and anywhere. Talking about Marsh. Wrens margarines are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck, the Marsh Wrens jump forward. Now. Now, they also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you could barely Baker way through the I can't believe how close we are to these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before read this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be this could be it for you. This could be what finally snags media h l Mencken award. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth. And it's chilly. It's sixty six degrees. Six degrees. It might as well be a day in September try to remember while there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Come yellow heads. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all round, but but we do great. And so you did ring in every last bird out everywhere you go now. Well, we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitterns at least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high day hop right out. Yup. How many Marsh Wrens you think there were oh a dozen a dozen my..

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That is just a gorgeous. There appear in the trees. Yeah. Go ahead. In. We were at nineteen point. I wasn't very optimistic within after two hours and twenty three minutes there, you rung every bird out of that place. You Burdette it out. We there was another bird laughed run. There was I think we got them. All wow, we run them like a bell. I know that was very impressive. Listen, but we saw American bitterns. Yup. Two of us. The least of it. That's the least of it. Because we also saw a least veteran Elise bitter to two of them and. That's our friend. The hope you can hear a friend. They're calling occasionally it's not my stomach. No. I was going to say it sorta sounds like. Sorta sounds like a red headed excuse me, a red wing Blackbird throwing up. Yeah. That's pretty accurate. Yeah. But this is the I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy. Little turn off that didn't look promising. And it was guarded by. That one close by there up in the trees. So they do in the tree. Birds to be up in the trees, just because we're here. They're changing our habits. Yeah. No, I forgot what I was gonna say some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place where you think you might see like a yeti or some I know almost anything could happen suss quash. Wild. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. The other fighting over there. I'll be darn well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to got her. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track. My hike. And how much you getting for mentioning this map my height? Yeah. What's what? Something over there. A ring of birds. It is a ring of our L into singing ring bird. Oh boy. Kind of an open area and then surrounded by trees with birds in them. And a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game warden to get here. Yeah. And it was it officer Dibble was the who is the jelly stone park. Ranger ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. I o okay range and the anyway, I started talking about Marsh Wrens Marsh Wrens are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck, the Marsh Wrens jump forward. Now take their picture out. Now. They also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. Yes. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely Baker tweet through the I can't believe how close we are to these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags me the h l Mencken award. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth. And it's it's sixty six degrees. Six degrees. It might as well be a Dan September try to remember whether there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around, but but we do great. And so what you did ring every last bird everywhere you go now. Well, we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitter and least bitterns as we said these are secretive birds at usually high day hobby right out. Yup. Many Marsh Wrens, you think there were oh a dozen a dozen my. Say, oh, it's it's dozens a couple dozen nineteen point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north to South Carolina. Would you say? Yeah. Kind of north west a bit perhaps. Okay. All right. And it's north north west. Uh-huh. Yeah. And it's kind of south. Did you hear that? Yeah. That Steph allays since I don't want that is the yellow to Blackwood. South of Baffin island. It is it if you are going to Niane king point and you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, you're not going to see any yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. No. And we know Seh habitat has been cut down from past years hasn't it has I wonder if that has anything to do with. The yellow headed blackbirds. Move to this area. It could be because this is still quite densely populated with greenery. It is there's a lot of greenery right here. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike. You were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area ridi area nearby the wooded area. There's protection there's there's a natural. I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed would it is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think since the blackbirds sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your sinus your promise yellow headed. Oh last. Oh, yes. And how is that coming what kind of progress? Are you make I'm making pretty good progress? I'm still working on a few try to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles should a son at have? Well, I it's like at a wrinkle, and then a B wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for awhile. That's at least two wrinkles. Yeah. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle among the other miraculously things we saw we saw a field with several Caspian turns in it. Right. Oh, yes. There were dozens of Caspian is another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And yeah. After we're done with this pack. I we're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience than I think it's about time that you started to reevaluate your priorities. Audience. Frankly, you know, maybe I shouldn't get into it now, but our audience has been a little bit hostile lately, they have now we have, but according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor of the show, and neither is briskets to go your one stop destination for the best briskets on planet earth phone number again, Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show Bill but map, my hike said we walked two point two one miles and it took us two hours and twenty three minutes. That's that's good. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. Yeah, I'm huffing and puffing. That's why may only be sixty six degrees. But really shallow warblers out in the open to you never see that just sitting down because this is a little wonderland here. I might try and give me a picture of a yellow warbler. I all right. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. Boy, this is one zipped right by we'll wait till tomorrow because we have not yet gone to towers point state park. And that's going to be every bit as exciting as this show. Who knows what treasures? So there's going to be other podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so life radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were. And Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me I couldn't find and Bill Bill set. What did you say? Again. I said what's that? That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous. Thanks to book character. Bill home for joining me and driving me in Gusta Volvo. Sure Gus says, you're welcome. Thanks to filler Inc. For providing much of the content to this show. And I guess that's it Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard and.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Check by insurance policy. You back over to Bob. I'm here with Bill home again. Bob tired, and we are at a point and Bill would you like to describe what just happened? I can't believe it. I can't believe it. We've been looking all day for these things. And all of a sudden they pop up right in the yellow headed Blackbird, and we got pretty good pictures of them too. I mean, I'm surprised we just braved some of the buggies areas in North America. Wouldn't you say the bugs were as dense as they were? They were in fact, pea soup, in fact, Watson was following us for a while. Really? Yes. But I'm hoping. I'm hoping the yellow headed Blackbird will call again. So that will be able to record that and get that on this podcast. But we are probably only what twenty feet from a marine. I see them bouncing around in this tree. Yeah. I might just throw this recorder down to the ground in a minute to get some more pictures white. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That would be just pleasant for our listeners anyway. But this is about the last place expected to see him until you hear that gentlemen. There there. There's another one up in the tree is there is it close to us on the other side of the trees. So you can't see you. But that's amazing. Because here we were in the swamp looking for them right where they should be. And I guess there is a can't tell swamp just past this. If we were to take another couple of feet, we'd be up to our waist and pound water. I know this is really getting dangerous right here. I'm getting a little concerned. I'm starting to feel sort of a sucking action under my feet. Oh, that's NAFTA. And then the. Snakes. I don't know one from trees here. I don't know what mad instinct led us here, except we did see a form of the goddess. Yes, we did. And I think Gaza signed yet. Ladies and gentlemen, that is our yellow headed Blackbird friend, and it comes out in the open again. I can see it. Maybe we can have a few words with it. Yes. That'd be an interview great interview. Now, let's talk about some of the other birds that we I have a surprise observation about all that. Okay. I've gone birding with you a number of times with some success. But I think as the theme of feather brained about learning about Bruce did journey there's one oh my goodness. There appear in the trees. Yeah. Go ahead. In. There. We were at nineteen point. I wasn't very optimistic within after two hours and twenty three minutes there you rung every third out of that place. I you it out. We there was no bird laughed. There was I think we got them. All wow, we run them like a bell. I know that was very impressive. Listen, but we saw American bitterns. Yup. Two of the least of it. That's the Lisa that. Because we also saw a least veteran Elise bitter to two of them and. That's our friend. I hope you can hear our friend. They're calling occasionally it's not my stomach. No. I was going to say it sorta sounds like. Sounds like a red headed excuse me, a red wing Blackbird throwing up. That's pretty accurate. Yeah. But this is the I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy. Little turn off that didn't look promising. And it was guarded by. That one close by there up in trees, they do in the tree. To be up in the trees. Just because we're here. They're changing our habits. No, I forgot what I was going to say some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place where you think you might see like a a yeti or something. I know it almost anything could happen. Suss squash wild. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. The other fighting over there. I'll be darned. Well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to gutter. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using I should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track. My hike. And how much you getting for mentioning this map my height? And what's what what is that? Something over there. Ring of birds. It is a ring of our Olin to sing. And ring a bird boy. Came it open area surrounded by trees with birds in them. And a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game Morton to get here. And it was it officer Dibble. Who is the jelly stone park ranger. Oh, ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. I o okay range. And but anyway, I've started talking about Marsh Wrens martians are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Martian, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck, the Marsh Wrens jump forward in their picture out. Now. They also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely Baker through the I can't believe how close we are to these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags media h l Mencken award. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well common. Kerry didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth. And it's chilly. It's sixty six degrees. Sixty six degrees. It might as well be a Dan September try to remember. Well, there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Komo yet route yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around, but but we do great. And so you did ringing every last bird out. Everywhere you go now. Well, it worked out pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitterns at least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high day, hops, right out. Yup. How many Marsh Wrens? You think were oh a dozen a dozen my. You say, oh, it's it's dozens a couple dozen nine king point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north to South Carolina. Would you say? Yeah. Kind of north west a bit perhaps K? All right, and it's north north west. Uh-huh. Yeah. Yeah. And it's kind of south. You hear that? Yeah. That's a since. I don't mind that is the yellow headed Blackbird is the award. Baffin island. It is if you are going to Niane king point and you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, not gonna see a yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. No. And we know the habitat has been cut down from past years hasn't it has I wonder if that has anything to do with the yellow headed blackbirds move to this area. Because this is still quite densely populated with greenery. It is there's a lot of greenery right here. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike. You were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area weedy area nearby the wooded area. There's protection is naturally. I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed would pack. It is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think the Blackbird sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your son your promise yellow headed. Oh, oh, yes. And how is that coming what kind of progress? Are you make I'm making pretty good progress? I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles should a son at have? Well, it's like an a wrinkle, and then a b wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for at least two wrinkles. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle among the other miraculously things we saw we saw a field with several Caspian turns in it. Right. Oh, yes. There were dozens of Caspian jerseys another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And yeah. After we're done with this pack. I we're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience, and I think it's about time that you started to reevaluate your priorities audience. Frankly, now, maybe I shouldn't get into it now, but our audience has been a little bit hostile lately they have now, but according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor of the show. A neither is brisk gets to go your one-stop destination for the best briskets on planet earth that phone number again Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show Bill but map, my hike said we walked two point two one miles and it took us two hours and twenty three minutes. That's that good pay. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. I'm huffing. Puppet. It's well, I may only be sixty six degrees. But really shallow warblers out in the open to you. Never see that just sitting down your because this is a little wonderland. Yeah. I might try and give me a picture of a yellow warbler. I all right. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. Boy, this is one zipped right by I will wait till tomorrow because we have not yet gone to tie was point state park. And that's going to be every bit as exciting as the show who knows what treasures. So there's going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were. And Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me I couldn't find and Bill Bill set. What did you say? Again. I said once that. That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous. Thanks to book character. Bill home for joining me and driving me in Gusta Volvo. Sure Gus says, you're welcome. Thanks to filler Inc. For providing much of the content to this show. And I guess that's it Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard and see if you can answer this week's contest question, and we will reveal the winners tomorrow show. Oh bye. Okay. Follow me on Facebook. And visit me Bob tarts dot com. And look for my new book. Feather brain is even more exciting than this..

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Check my insurance policy back over to Bob. I'm here with Bill home again. Bob tired, and we are at a point. And would you like to describe what just happened? I can't believe it. I can't believe it. We've been looking all day for these things. And all of a sudden they pop up the yellow headed Blackbird, and we got pretty good pictures of them too. I mean, I'm surprised we just braved some of the areas in North America. Wouldn't you say the bugs were as dense as they were? They were in fact peace soup. In fact, Watson was following us for a while. Oh, really? Yeah. But I'm hoping that. I'm hoping yellow headed Blackbird will call again. So that will be able to record that and get that on this podcast. The we are probably only what twenty feet from him right now. I see him bouncing around in this tree. I might just throw this recorder down to the ground in a minute to get some more pictures. Wait. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That with the pleasant for our listeners anyway. But this is about the last place. I expected to see him until you hear that gentleman. There there. There's another one up in the tree is there is it close to us on the other side of the tree. So you can't see you. But that's amazing. Because here we were in the swamp looking for him right where they should be. And I guess there is a cattail swamp just pass this. If we were to take another couple of feet, we'd be up to our waist in pond water. I know this is really getting dangerous right here. I'm getting a little concerned. I'm starting to feel sort of a sucking action under my feet. Oh, that's NAFTA. Then the. Snakes. I don't know one from trees here. I don't know what mad instinct, let us here, except we did see a form of the goddess. Yes, we did. And I think the Gaza sign yet. That ladies and gentleman that is our yellow headed Blackford friend. And I'm hoping that comes out in the open again. I can see it. Maybe we have a few words with it. Yes. That'd be an interview great interview. Now, let's talk about some the other birds that we I have a surprise observation about all that. Okay. You know, I've gone birding with you a number of times with some success. But I think as is the theme. Feather brained about learning about the journey. There's one oh my goodness. That is just a gorgeous thing. Up here in the threes. Yeah. Go ahead. In. We were at nine king point. I wasn't very optimistic within after two hours and twenty three minutes there, you rung every bird out of that place. I did you Burdette it out. We there wasn't up bird laugh. Run. There was I think we got them all while we run them like a bell. I know that was very impressive. Listen, but we saw American bitterns. Yup. Two of us. The least of it. That's the least of it. Because we also saw a lease bitter bitter to two of them and. I hope you can hear our friend. They're calling occasionally it's not most stomach. No. I was gonna say it sorta sounds like. Sorta sounds like a red headed excuse me, a red wing Blackbird throwing up. That's pretty accurate. Yeah. But this is the I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy a little turnoff that didn't look promising and it was guarded by. One close by there up in trees. Are they doing in the tree? To be up in the trees. Just because we're here. They're changing our habits. No. Say there's some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place. You think you might see like a yeti or something, I know almost anything could happen suss quash. Just wild. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. The other fighting over there. I'll be darn well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to got her. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track. My hike in. How much you getting for mentioning this map my height? Yeah. Something over there like a ring of birds. It is a ring of our. Olin to sing. And ring a bird. Oh boy. Kind of an open area surrounded by trees with birds in them. Know a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game warden to get here. And was it officer Dibble. Who is the jelly stone park ranger. Oh, ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. I o okay range. And but anyway, I've started talking about Marsh Wrens marchers are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren, but just out of pure luck. Pure luck, the Marsh Wrens jump forward. Now, take their picture L. Now, they also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. Yes. You would only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely Baker through the I can't believe how close we are to these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags media h l Mencken award. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth. And it's chilly. It's sixty six degrees. Six degrees. It might as well be. In September, try to remember while there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. More yet route yellow heads, and I just saw this. This is going to be a bad day all around, but but we do great. And so you did ring in every last bird everywhere you go now. Well, we're pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitterns and least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high. Right out. Yup. How many Marsh Wrens? You think there were oh a dozen a dozen. Nights. You say, oh, it's it's dozens a couple dozen nine king point is unsafe bay, and it is north of Ohio and north to South Carolina. Would you say, yeah. Kind of north west a bit perhaps. All right, and it's north north west, and it's kind of south. You hear that? Yeah. That's a laser that is the yellow headed Blackbird. Baffin island. It is if you are going to Niane king point and you find yourself on Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, you're not going to see a yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. And we noticed a habitat has been cut down from past years hasn't it has I wonder if that has anything to do with the yellow headed blackbirds move to this area. It could be because this is still quite densely populated with greenery. It is there's a lot of greenery right here. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike. You were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area ridi area nearby the wooded area, there's protection there's there's naturally, I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed would pack. It is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed. Blackbird? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think since the blackbirds sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your son with your promised yellow headed. Oh, yes. And how is that coming what kind of progress? Are you make I making pretty good progress? I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles should assign? It have well, it's like at a wrinkle and a B wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for awhile, that's at least two wrinkles. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle and among the other miraculously things we saw we saw a field with several Caspian turns in it. Right. Oh, yes. There were dozens of cast futures another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And yeah. Yeah. After we're done with this pack were missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience, and I think it's about time that you started to reevaluate your priorities. Audience. You know, frankly, now, maybe I shouldn't get into it now, but our audience has been a little bit hostile lately they have now, but according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor of the show, and neither is briskets to go your one stop destination for the bed briskets on planet earth. It's not phone number again Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show Bill but map, my hike said we walked two point two one miles and it took us two hours and twenty three minutes. That's that's a good. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. Yeah, I'm huffing and puffing. So I may only be sixty six degrees. But really shallow warblers out in the open to you never see that just sitting on your because this is a little wonderland here. I might try and give me a picture of a yellow warbler. I all right. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. Boy, this is one zipped rate by we'll wait till tomorrow because we have not yet gone to towers point state park. And that's going to be every bit as exciting as the show who knows what treasures. So there's going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so life radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were. And Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me I couldn't find it. And Bill Bill set what you say again. I said once that. That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous. Thanks to book character. Bill home for joining me and driving me in Gusta Volvo. Sure Gus says, you're welcome. Thanks to filler Inc. For providing much of the content to the show. And I guess that's it Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"There's one oh my goodness. That is just a gorgeous thing. They're up here in the trees. Yeah. Go ahead. In. There. We were at nine point. I wasn't very optimistic within after two hours and twenty three minutes. There you wrong EV every bird out of that place. I you it out. There wasn't no bird laughed run. There was I think we all. Wow. We run them like a bell. I know that was very impressive. Listen, but we saw American bitterns. Yup. Two of the least of it. That's the least of it. Because we also saw a least bitter bitter to two of them and. That's our hope you can hear a friend. They're calling occasionally it's not my stomach. No. I was going to say it sorta sounds like. Sounds like a red headed excuse me, a red wing Blackbird throwing up. Yeah. That's pretty accurate. Yeah. But this is the lie. I'll say it again. This is the last place I expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy. Little turn off that didn't look promising. And it was guarded by. That is one close by there up in the trees are they doing in the tree? Yeah. Well, he was very. Trees just because we're here. They're changing our habits. No, I forgot what I was gonna say some other little bird there, yellow warbler and something else. This is the kind of place where you think you might see like a yeti or something, I know it almost anything could happen suss squash. Let's see where that one is. No, no, no. The other fighting over there. I'll be darn well. This is pretty amazing. And so we saw Marsh Wrens to got her. I really good look at Marsh Wren, and we're using I should mention I'm using an app that I hadn't used before called track. My hike. And how much you getting for mentioning this apple map, my height? Yeah. Something over there like a ring of birds. It is a ring of our there's a sort of a. Fell into singing Ringa bird. Oh boy. Kind of an open area surrounded by trees with birds in them. And a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are. Yeah, we went through poison Ivy to get here. We went through the game warden to get here. Yeah. And was it officer Dibble was he? Who is the jelly stone park. Ranger ranger Smith was the ranger Smith. I o okay range. And but anyway, I've started talking about Marsh Wrens martians are everywhere in usually I don't ever get a chance to see a Marsh Wren. But just out of pure luck started pure luck. The Marsh Wrens jump forward in take their picture out. Now. They also put their wings around each other. Smiled. Yeah. I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and. I don't think she'd like if we told her about this place. It's a little too secluded, isn't it? No, she might get a little suspicious. It's only a little bit off road down this path that you could barely bake your way through. I can't believe how close we are to these birds. We've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before this. We were within twenty feet. Yeah. I mean, we're within Pulitzer prize winning photo. Oh, this could be it could be it for you. This could be what finally snags the h l Mencken award. So we took our time. And it was a day that didn't seem to be very well commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth. And it's chilly. It's sixty six degrees. Sixty six degrees. It might as well be a day in September try to remember while there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud. Yeah. Yeah. Yellow heads. Yeah. And I just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around, but but we do great. And so what you did ringing every last bird out. Everywhere you go now. Well, it worked out pretty good. But you saw the bitterns. I did we saw American bitterns at least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high right out. Yup. Hummy Marsh Wrens, you think there were oh a dozen a dozen my. You say, oh, it's it's dozens a couple dozen nineteen point is on Saginaw Bay. And it is north of Ohio and north to South Carolina. Would you say? Yeah. Kind of north west a bit perhaps. All right, and it's north north west. Yeah. And it's kind of south. You hear that? Yeah. That's the latest and that is the yellow to Blackwood. Baffin island. It is it if you are going to Niane king point and you find yourself Baffin island, please, ladies and gentlemen, turn around turn the car around. Right. I mean, you're not gonna see a yellow headed blackbirds there for one thing. No. And we know Seh habitat has been cut down from past years hasn't it has I wonder if that has anything to do with the yellow headed blackbirds moved to this area. Because this is still quite densely populated with greenery the abuse. There's a lot of greenery right here. But I think it has more of a variety for the Mike. You were pointing out to our listeners about how the marshy area ridi area nearby the wooded area. There's protection there's a natural. I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed would pack. It is the modern yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think since the blackbirds sound a little mad. Like that. Like that is because they're still waiting for your son your promise yellow headed. Oh. Yes. And how is that coming what kind of progress? There you make I'm making pretty good progress. I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a few wrinkles. Okay. And how many wrinkles did a son at have? Well, it's like an a wrinkle in a B wrinkle. Okay. And then they kinda alternate for last. That's at least two wrinkles. Yeah. And then it ends up with a like some other kind of a wrinkle, and among the other miraculous things we saw we saw a field with several Caspian turns in it. Right. Oh, yes. There were dozens of Caspian tres another yellow head. Yeah. Yep. And after we're done with this. I we're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots, just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience to be here with us as we discussed the fine points of this. It's starting to rain a little bit too. Well, if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience than I think it's about time that you started to reevaluate your priorities. Audience, frankly, now, maybe I shouldn't get into it now, but our audience has been a little bit hostile lately, they have haven't we have according to map, my hike, which is not a sponsor of the show, and neither is brisk gets to go your one-stop destination for the best briskets on planet earth. But it's not phone number. Again, Bob will give the phone number at the end of the show Bill but map, my hike said we walked two point two one miles and it took us two hours and twenty three minutes. That's good. I know more about I mean, I'm exhausted. Yeah. Huffing and puffing. It may only be sixty six degrees. But really shallow warblers out in the open to you never see that just sit down your because this is a little wonderland might try and give me a picture of a yellow warbler. I all right. Okay. So we're about at the end of the show. Really? Yeah. Boy, this is one zipped right by I will wait till tomorrow because we have not yet gone to towers point state park. And that's going to be every bit as exciting as the show who knows what treasures. So there's going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow. Wow. Yes. That's right. Mr. yellow headed Blackbird. That's right. And so life radio pet life radio. So thank you for joining us in this exciting moment. I can't believe how close we were. And Bill Bill is one who said he's right over there. I heard me I couldn't find and Bill Bill set. What did you say? Again. I said what's that? That's right. So thanks to Mark winter for putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point, south of Baffin island, very generous. Thanks to book character. Bill home for joining me and driving me in gusts Volvo sure Gus says, you're welcome. Thanks to filler Inc. For providing much of the content to this show. And I guess that's it Email us at Bob at pet life radio dot com or put your name and address on a postcard and see if you can answer this week's contest question, and we will reveal the winners tomorrow.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Corrected before he ever got there, nose. Those thirty five place might have helped you correct one of the mistakes they're gonna end up making. How about for the coach to though you're, he's never done. He's never been a head coach before is that you guys are gonna be out there when count, right, but he can put himself through those scenarios during a game. You know, he can do it two minute drills. This team hasn't handled it he hasn't had a two minute troll yet this year in, an exhibition game the one. Chance they had to get him? A, two minute drill they decided not to put him on the field. They put chase Daniel on the so what's the first two minutes. You're gonna, look like against the Green Bay Packers especially if that, two minute drill comes, at the. End of the, game when, you've got court touchdown where he's got to put three on the board, to, tie game you haven't done it right did he do it last year yeah but this is again. A quarterback that everybody cries has no experience, so the chance. To get him experience you decide to pass on so I I don't get it doesn't make any, sense, to me but if they win nothing matters Jerry perfect world. How many, if they win a perfect world again Got a lot a. Lot of hurdles snow lie to play exhibition what would be ideal. For I, hate exhibition right but we need them you need a, game or two to, get ready. To take what, you need, is about four and a half weeks Of training, camp? Okay that's it four. And a half weeks two and a half weeks and then to exhibition games and then you go into the okay Very would be, healthier twenty eight games I don't know if. They'd, be healthier not I think you need the two weeks two and a? Half weeks to get. Your. Legs lose. Your legs and bring your, legs back yeah that's needed for how much you gain, a play in what exhibition game starter Gain as far as Conditioning, you're right you're building. You're building, your conditioning you know it's like building for a fight or, building? For a, marathon right, you're building you're building, you're building your conditioning you're building. Your game conditioning too so you're building all, that through the process and then you. Pop into a game I like. Eighteen regular season games. I'll do the trade I'll do to for to give you a. Teen regular season games. I'll, trade it out yeah I think that makes. A lot of sense now I want to. More playoff teams also do? I want only one? Is it right now only one team gets the by Two teams get by. A c. right now two. Teams get the by right in. Each in. Each conference, correct yeah no I. I want, one team to get the buy that millions that team always, has? To play, you can't, rest your players at, the end of the year so. I want one more team in each conference, playoffs and with that eighteenth game that. Should trade off more pe- more. Teams make the playoffs. More teams look like they're successful y'all hey look we made the. Playoffs this year of. Course, we had the record in the playoffs but. Sometimes there's an eleven and five team I. Think it's just perfect hockey? You guys play eighty? Games you've got six games right Twenty years ago. Where they play them yeah Well that's the dash. For the cash that's what they're looking for question want the, free games, and the. Cost the cost to, you, know there's nothing. They pay the players fifteen. Sixteen hundred, dollars that's all, they a week you know all the guys then it cut rosters Cadarache get rid of them. And they only pay him. That much money that's, why. They love it the owners love it right it's a? Cash cow for can I change the topic I w like, one of one of our fine listener says? What is your pick tonight at Australia be what. Is Australia be means that's what they're running, and I haven't seen the card yet today so I can't tell you, what I'd be picking tonight at Australia B but that if you're at not be or if you got. Your Yes I spent bet whenever you guys have your express, back you can go on there late at night and they've got racing in. Australia? Really, yeah Trek so track and then they've got exactly you know what who's running. What's? Running Twice in one day they run. In the afternoon meat or you know over there and then, they have a, nighttime so then you got this make sure which, as, I say you go Australia? Sit there while there's? Australia a and be like okay which, one is it in so? Who's who's. Horses they, are sometimes you like. An aim. Sometimes you like a color that's it, I mean it's, a lark there there's not there's no handicapping going on in Australia It's just like name sometimes If you wanna gamble if, you wanna gamble late night it's available, for you if. You, want. Didn't even. Know yeah six oh two Jesse, plays. Little Australia Once in a, while you gotta chase I'm sorry Australia race for chase those twenty two Horsfield. Stewart's. Big. Yeah wow here's you can play your birthday or you could, play, one, two, three four flipper court where your new company is going to be? Over. There yeah, I mean. That's thing As in England I, regret, is, not, making it out to a race track to watch them run a? Different. Style racing, yeah yeah Be one place I wouldn't mind I think NBA NBC we do have agreement with Royal. Ascot, ROY They do the, big Right. After Stanley Cup finals, so late. Late June early July so they're talking about maybe bringing the crew over there to do like five. Days over Royal Ascot it'd be Top hat I wanted be SPN one thousand, w MVP AM. Chicago way to get that in. Kit execute is job yeah Tom Cooper from NBC sports? Gago? My great producer said that segment is now called Yuriko says so does eight let me ask you a. Question are you going, to bring. Him along with my God stop is she coming in with you or you say it was a. Fine producer Amazing he's the ballot is? He's? Tough decisions to make who was kind of like a backhanded slap me though Kinda of could have been a bad It is going. Badly I. Think that's what he did that's okay You could do like an American idol type show where like the biggest. Cubs fans five. For a chance. To be the next David Caplan that'd be good. That'd be great by the way I didn't have Catherine porter Mendelssohn the other day. Mentioned Mendelssohn the razor see him get. A chance to actually run I. Had Mendelssohn Sylvia. Had Catholic never. Tommy Tommy to. Yeah I'm not surprised maybe Soviet to to you. Don't try to Kentucky Tommy was good I think I Sylvia bet Manish boy at. One time yeah Yeah Capsule boy. Managed So it's fine did you watch the, game last night cubs? Game, cups plate. Yes of course I watched. A cubs game what did you think about? John Lester performance. That is fine I thought it's exactly what you need Solid. Performance out of a professional. That's what you're looking for especially in the? Dog is how. About the big hit off a Syndergaard Wonderful, shocking. I. Saw highlight of it, that was in that got that. Nice at good for him, yeah ninety eight mile an hour fastball Johnny Lester you put the barrel So. You have to do is put. The barrel of the bat outta kid have you. Ever seen. Anything like this let's say. You're, having a little bit of, one, of. Them, one of a kind Yeah The little bear jar the little. Hunting. Yeah Wonderful listeners gave us some Honey little Pooh. Bear, little. Pooper. Get that takes finger booboo hey boo. Boo I got a picnic basket ranger Smith. Boy, that. Guy Was he busting their chops for all the. Time all they wanted was supposed what's ranger Smith at what was your favorite show and you? Would come over at school? In a, you're a. Child did did it speed racer be racing, watch racing Speed demon on wheels, you ever remember the, one called prince planet prince planet ever remember prince? Don't remember on channel forty four but to before so when I pull up prince plan he had a little bottle cap on his chest and? When his energy ran down? He had, to scream Pre aids planet and then it, would them there is right there I just pulled. It up Fred so go prince, planet he was tough Well race racetracks was. Speech brother ran away years, ago, wrecked then you had. Speidel and chimney Oh yeah Trixie was the sister Yup you had the daredevil? Team, that was one of the, episodes that you know, that. Had the badge ever Gila gorilla How much is that mcgilla gorilla won't you try them take them home and buy them Gorilla loved it clutch cargo.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on High Noon

"And then he killed the line and he came back a y'all bleeding. I don't know if you are one of the people. I am not say. Y'all, the what you call it, the Royal y'all Royal will lead when this man said, yeah, I just waited killed a lion in the jungle out from Africa. But this is a thing that our African brothers apparently like say, because we have a new bowl apparently making his own story earlier in his career about killing ally into, and it turns out if you kill the lion from Africa. No, why they liked to say it? Do you know why they like to say it because they know stupid Americans will believe it because they know nothing about Africa. That's why they do it. They just come in here. Watch this. Watch what I tell them. I imagine cats go back to the crib, and let me tell you what I told him falsely. We tell them anything. We're like, whoa, killed a whole lion that was jointly beat. New tells on voice. Somebody's gonna have a problem. So many people came back to me, will he killed a lawyer? First of all, you think if you go out and kill a lion, there's not going to be some kind of of ranger Smith a somebody to come out eight out here. Just killing lions, dentists nor centers may kill. You. Gotta be rich at have wanted him hats on. It'd be riding around on a sanction trip. If you just going to be out here, killing line when killed that was. Missile dentist? Yeah, it did not go over very well that do rich joy and peace land for ten lions. Joel being shows a picture like, oh, did in my hand more tales from the country of Africa? Yes, this is catch my flight into Africa's city. Numbers five. That's how many pitches Whitelaw's designated hitter Matt Davison through Giancarlo. Stanton, how you feel about his performance. Let's watch well. Oh, I saw that dizzy hitter. A futures game MVP wave trikes. Sends you want. Speed. Hold on. Let's let's be fair here guys. That last pitch was a good. Gets very nasty, Charlie type of, yes..

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Height Yeah Something over, there like a ring of. Birds it is a ring of. Our Olin to. Sing and ring a bird boy You're kind of an open area surrounded by trees with birds in them A lot of the. Bird, seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a. Lot of them are yeah we went through poison. Ivy to get here we? Went through the game warden to get here and was it officer Dibble Jelly stone park ranger. Oh ranger Smith. Was the ranger Smith I. Oh no okay range and anywhere talking about Marsh Wrens marchers are. Everywhere in usually I don't. Ever, get a chance to see a Marsh Wren. But just out of pure luck a pure luck. The Marsh Wrens jump forward Their picture l. now. They also put. Their wings around each other Smiled yeah I don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and I, don't think? She'd, like if we told her about this. Place. It's a little too secluded isn't it no she might get a little suspicious Only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely through the I can't believe. How. Close we, are to these birds we've only. Seen, these yellow headed. Blackbirds at a great distance before. Ref this we were within twenty feet yeah I mean we're within. Pulitzer prize winning photo oh this could be it could be it, for you this could be, what finally? Snags, me the h l Mencken award So we took our time and it was a day that didn't seem to be. Very well common Kerry didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is June thirteenth and. It's. Chilly it's, sixty six degrees six degrees it. Might, as well be. A day in September try to. Remember while there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening Scud yeah Yet yellow heads yeah and I. Just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around but but we do great and so what you did ring in every last bird out everywhere you go, now well it. Worked out pretty good but you. Saw the bitterns I did we saw American bitterns. And least bitterns as we said in these are secretive birds that usually. High They hop right out Yup how many Marsh Wrens do you think there were oh a dozen You say oh it's it's dozens while a. Couple dozen nineteen? Point, is unsafe bay and it is north. Of. Ohio and. North South Carolina would you say yeah kind of north. West a bit perhaps? Okay. All right and it's north north west and it's? Kind, of south Did you. Hear. That yeah. That's the latest on that, is the yellow to Blackford Baffin island it, is it if you are going to. Niane? Point and, you find yourself Baffin island please turn around turn the car around right I mean you're not going to see a yellow headed blackbirds there. For one? Thing and we know Seh habitat has been cut down? From past years hasn't? It, has I wonder if that has anything to do with The yellow headed blackbirds Move to this area because this is still quite, densely populated with greenery There's a lot of greenery right. Here but I think it has more of a variety for the Mike you were pointing out to. Our listeners. About how the. Marshy area really area nearby the wooded area there's protection there's there's naturally I think this is just ideal for the modern yellow headed would. It is, the. Modern. Yellow headed woodpecker and the modern yellow headed Blackbird oh yeah yeah yeah I think since the Blackbird sound a little mad Like that. Like that, is. Because. They're still waiting for your sinus your promise yellow Oh Oh. Yes And how is? That coming we're kind. Of progress are you making pretty? Good progress I'm still working on a few trying to iron out a. Few. Wrinkles okay and how many wrinkles should a? Sonnet, have well it's like an a. wrinkle in a. B.. Wrinkle okay and then they kinda alternate. For awhile that's at least. Two wrinkles and then it ends up with like some other kind of. A wrinkle among the, other miraculously things. We saw we saw a field with several Caspian turns, in? It, right. Oh yes there were dozens of Caspian another. Yellow. Head. Yeah, Yep. And yeah After we're done with this, park we're missing the opportunity for some more Pulitzer prize winning shots just for the sake of our audience because we want our audience. To be here with, us as we discussed the fine points of this it's starting to rain. A little. Bit too well if you lose your Pulitzer because we're stopping and talking to our audience than I think it's. About time that. You started to reevaluate. Your priorities, are lawyers you know frankly now maybe I shouldn't? Get into it now. But our audience has been a? Little bit hostile lately they have they have but according to map my. Hike. Which is not a sponsor the show and? Neither, is briskets to go your one stop destination for. The. Best briskets on planet earth that phone. Number again Bob will give. The phone number at the end of the show Bill but map my. Hike said we walked, two point two. One miles and it took us two hours and twenty, three? Minutes, that's. That's good I know more about I mean. I'm. Exhausted. Hoffman in So I may, only be sixty six degrees but really shallow weren't blurts. Out in. The open. To you never see that just, sitting on your because this is a little wonderland here I might try and give me a picture of a yellow warbler I all. Right okay so we're, about at the end of the show really yeah boy this is one. Is zipped. Right by we'll wait till tomorrow because we have not yet gone to towers point state park and that's going. To be every. Bit as exciting as. The show, who knows what treasures So there's going to be another podcast coming up tomorrow Wow yes that's right Mr. yellow headed Blackbird That's. Right and so life radio pet life radio so thank. You for joining us in this exciting moment I can't believe how close we were and Bill Bill. Is. One, who said. He's right over there I heard I couldn't, find and. Bill Bill set did, you say again I said what's that that's right so. Thanks. To Mark, winter for. Putting up the money for this exciting expedition to Niane king point south. Of Baffin island very generous. Thanks to book character Bill home for, joining me and, driving me Gusta Volvo sure Gus says you're welcome thanks to filler Inc for providing much of the content to this show and I guess that's it. Email us. At Bob at pet life, radio, dot. Com or put your name and address on a postcard. And see if you can answer.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Was i think we got them all while we run them like a bell i know that was very impressive listen but we saw american bitterns yup two of us the least of it that's the least of it because we also saw at least veteran elise bitter to two of them and that's our friend i hope you can hear our friend they're calling occasionally it's not my stomach no i was going gonna say it sorta sounds like sorta sounds like a red headed excuse me a red wing blackbird throwing up that's pretty accurate yeah but this is the light i'll say it again this is the last place i expected to see them because this is just some crazy little turn off that didn't look promising and it was guarded by that is one close by there up in trees doing in the tree yeah well he's very very trees just because we're here they're changing our habits i forgot what i was gonna say some other little bird there yellow warbler and something else this is the kind of place where you think you might see like a yeti or something i know almost anything could have suss quash wild let's see where that one is no no no the other fighting over there i'll be darned well this is pretty amazing and so we saw marsh wrens to got her i really good look at a marsh wren and we're using i should mention i'm using an airp that i hadn't used before called track my hike and how much how much you getting for mentioning this this map my height oh what is that something over there like a ring of birds it is a ring of our to sing and ring a bird oh boy you can't even open area surrounded by trees with birds in them a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are yeah we went through poison ivy to get here we went through the game warden to get here and was it officer dibble was the jelly stone park ranger ranger smith was the ranger smith i o okay range and anywhere talking about marsh wrens marsh wrens are everywhere in usually i don't ever get a chance to see a marsh wren but just out of pure luck pure luck the marsh wrens jump forward in a while now big picture l now listen put their wings around each other smiled yeah i don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures birds and i don't think she'd like if we told her about this place it's a little too secluded isn't it no she might get a little suspicious it's only a little bit off road down this path that you can barely baker way through i can't believe how close we are to these birds we've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before this we were within twenty feet yeah i mean we're within pulitzer prize winning photo oh this could be it just could be it for you this could be what finally snags me the h l mencken award so we took our time and it was a day that didn't seem to be very critical commentary do seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is june thirteenth and it's chilly it's sixty six degrees six degrees it might as well be a in september try to remember whether there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening scud yeah yeah yellow heads yeah and i just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around but but we do great and so you did ring in every last bird out everywhere you go now well it worked out pretty good but you saw the bitterns i did we saw american bitterns and least bitterns as we sit in these are secretive birds that usually high they hop right out yup hummy marsh wrens do you think there were oh a dozen a dozen my you say oh it's it's dozens well a couple of dozen nine king point is on saginaw bay and it is north of ohio and north or south carolina would you say yeah kind of north west a bit for half okay all right and it's north north west yeah and it's kind of south you hear that yeah that's that is the yellow hooded blackbird baffin island it is it if you are going to niane king point and you find yourself baffin island please ladies and gentlemen turn around turn the car around right i mean you're not going to see a.

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"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ranger smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I hope you can hear our friend they're calling occasionally it's not my stomach no i was gonna say it sorta sounds like sorta sounds like a red headed excuse me a red wing blackbird throwing up that's pretty accurate yeah but this is the la i'll say it again this is the last place i expected to see them because this is just some crazy easy little turn off that didn't look promising and it was guarded by that one close by there up in the trees so they do it in the tree trees just because we're here they're changing our habits no i forgot what i was gonna say some other little bird there yellow warbler and something else this is the kind of place where you think you might see like a a yeti yourself i know almost anything could have suss quash let's see where that one is no no no the other fighting over there i'll be darn well this is pretty amazing and so we saw marsh wrens to got her i really good look at marsh wren and we're using i should mention i'm using an area that i hadn't used before called track my hike and how much you're getting for mentioning this map my height yeah what's something over there birds it is a ring of our there's to sing and ring a bird oh boy it open area surrounded by trees with birds in them a lot of the bird seemed to be these yellow headed blackbirds a lot of them are yeah we went through poison ivy to get here we went through the game warden to get here and it was it officer dibble who is the jelly stone park ranger oh ranger smith was the ranger smith i o okay range and but anyway i started talking about marsh wrens martians are everywhere in usually i don't ever get a chance to see a marsh wren but just out of pure luck pure luck the marsh wrens jump forward in a while now take their picture well they also put their wings around each other smiled yeah i don't think that there's a woman trying to get pictures of birds and i don't think she'd like if we told her about this place it's a little too secluded isn't it no she might get a little suspicious yes you would only a little bit off road down this path that you could barely bake your way through i can't believe how close we are disease birds we've only seen these yellow headed blackbirds at a great distance before read this we were within twenty feet yeah i mean we're within pulitzer prize winning photo oh this could be it could be it for you this could be what finally snags me the h l mencken award so we took our time and it was a day that didn't seem to be very well commentary didn't seem like it'd be very encouraging because it was this is june thirteenth and it's chilly it's sixty six degrees c six degrees it might as well be a dan in september try to remember whether there's an overcast sky sort of a threatening scud yeah yeah come yellow heads yeah and i just saw this is this is going to be a bad day all around but but we do great and so you did ring in every last bird out everywhere you go now well it worked out pretty good but you saw the bitterns i did we saw american bitterns and least bitterns as we said in these are secretive birds usually high they hop right out yup how many marsh wrens you think there were oh a dozen a dozen my nights you say oh it's it's dozens off a couple of dozen nine king point is unsafe bay and it is north of ohio and north to south carolina would you say yeah kind of north west of it perhaps okay all right and it's north north west and it's kind of south you hear that yeah that's that's a lazy that is the yellow headed blackbird baffin island it is it if you are going to thing point.

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