Little Wolf Nature Preserve

Preserving Beautiful Kentucky

Nov
17

Dozer Work to Clear Roads and Meadows

Posted by Timm

Dozer clearing Rocky Road

We had some dozer work done on our roads and meadows at Little Wolf Nature Preserve.  This is Rocky Road, which is lined with colorful maples.

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Nov
15

Colorful Oaks

Posted by Timm

Colorful oak trees

Oak trees are typically one of the last trees to change color and lose its leaves in the fall.  Here the oak trees are striking burnt orange and burgundy colors.

Nov
13

What to Bring to Little Wolf

Posted by Timm

We are excited that you are planning to visit Little Wolf Nature Preserve in southeastern Kentucky.  There are many outdoor activities you can enjoy here, including hiking, four-wheeling, boating, fishing, stargazing, photography, bird watching, collecting wildflowers, and just relaxing.  To make your visit enjoyable and safe, there are some things that you need to bring with you to Little Wolf.

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Nov
12

Little Wolf Safety Guide – Winter Edition

Posted by Timm

Not Disneyland; A Potentially Dangerous Wilderness

Hello and welcome to Little Wolf Nature Preserve.  We are so glad you are visiting our little slice of Kentucky heaven.  But it’s very important to remember that Little Wolf is not a guaranteed-safe, bubble-wrapped environment like Disneyland.  Little Wolf sits in the middle of Daniel Boone National Forest and is a wilderness full of potential dangers.  We want you to have a good time, but we also want you to be safe.  So please read the following warnings very carefully and take any necessary precautions to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones.

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Oct
25

I Love Every Season, But Especially Fall

Posted by Timm

 

Red tree

Autumn transforms the world into a living kaleidoscope.

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Oct
11

Fall Colors Emerge from the Fog

Posted by Timm

Fall foliage

The fall colors emerge as the fog begins to lift after three days of rain.

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Oct
11

Foggy Color

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Buddy still energetic after a long hike

We have received 7” rain in 2 days, with over 10” this week, and more on the way.  The resulting fog has stolen our mountaintops!  Here is our dog Buddy, still energetic after a long hike.

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Sep
27

Mountains in Morning Fog

Posted by Timm

Morning fog

The mountains emerge as the rising sun burns off the early morning fog, which is a very common occurrence here in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.

Sep
25

Mushrooms in the Wild

Posted by Timm

The mushrooms are blooming at Little Wolf Nature Preserve!

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Sep
22

Mushroom Mystery Solved

Posted by Timm

Turtle eating mushroom

Mushroom Mystery Solved: We kept seeing half-eaten mushrooms throughout the forest and were wondering, what kind of animal would risk eating a wild mushroom?

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    Little Wolf Nature Preserve is a private preserve located in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Southern Kentucky, USA.

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