Pelican Lake, Orr, MN Weather Report & Animal Sightings

8 03 2009

Today looks like a  slightly overcast day with mild winds and temps in the 10-20 degree range.  Just right for frolicking in the snow; skiing, sledding, fishing.

Deer are becoming more active and Carol spotted a large Timberwolf yesterday crossing HWY 23 on her way to town.  The warmer temps have a positive affect on everybody and everything!

The birds have been very active for the past two months, downy woodpeckers, redpolls, pine siskins, bluejays, nuthatches, black-capped chickadees, pine grosebeaks, american tree sparrows, finches and lumberjacks are most common.  I have also seen our resident pilliated woodpecker couple as well.  Carol has spotted a box owl or two along the ski trails behind the lodge.  Birdwatching has been fun…We average between 1-20 birds + two squirrels at the feeders at a time.

Neighbors report that they have not seen any wolves on the lake this winter.  Perhaps this soon will change as well.  The lake had quite a bit of slush on it this year, due to the heavy layer of snowcover.  We will keep our eyes peeled.

Enjoy…John…

Grey Wolf Lodge  greywolflodge.com  4411 pelican road orr, mn 55771 800-840-wolf (9653)

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