In addition to the crawdads, the burrowing owls have been out in full force on the Wildhorse Ag buffer trail recently. There are at least 20 if not more living in the tunnels along the trail. Always entertaining.
Here are some pictures from another night of crawdad fishing. We have been going for some walks along the Wildhorse Ag. Buffer trail at night and keep coming upon a few families fishing for crawdads in the creek. This night, they also had one of their cats with them. It was quite entertaining, with the kids lowering McNuggets into the creek and reeling up crawdads in seconds. Then they dumped out the bucket and watched them crawl back to the creek.
Just a quick one here. Went for a walk last night on the Wildhorse Agricultural Buffer trail near Wildhorse and bumped into a few families “fishing” for crawdads on the bridge over the little creek there. They were catching them just for the kids to look at them and then let them go on the bridge, which entertained my kids quite a bit … here is a slide show of the crawdads: