Little Wolf Nature Preserve

Preserving Beautiful Kentucky

Archive for June, 2014

Jun
30

Farm Fresh Veggies and Eggs

Posted by Timm

Egg, cherry tomatoes and snap peas

The snap peas and cherry tomatoes from our garden are delicious!

Jun
30

Big Spider in the Bathroom

Posted by Timm

Big spider in our bathroom

Living in the country means lots of bugs and spiders, like this spider we discovered in our bathroom.

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Jun
24

Hiking With the Dogs

Posted by Timm

Timm with Darby, Buddy, Mickey and Toly

Hiking with our dogs at Little Wolf is one of our most favorite activities, and we hike almost every single day!

Jun
22

Storm Rumbling Over the Mountain

Posted by Timm

Storm rumbling over the mountain

A thunderstorm rumbles its way over the mountain and into Little Wolf Valley.

Jun
17

Seven Baby Chicks

Posted by Timm

Katniss with her 7 baby chicks

Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched…  We ended up with 7 baby chicks from 9 eggs, for a 78% success rate, which is terrific!

Jun
16

First Baby Chicks

Posted by Timm

Katniss sitting on her new baby chicks

So far, our hen Katniss has hatched 4 of 8 chicks.  These 12-hour-old chicks are hiding under the new mother, but you can see one yellow and one black one at the bottom of this photo, and one yellow one in the middle left.  These are the first chickens born on our farm.

Jun
15

Great Friends Visit Little Wolf

Posted by Timm

Darby, Theresa, Carla, Daniel, Tim, Stefan, Stani, and Angela

Our great friends Tim & Carla and Stefan, Stani, Angela & Daniel visited us at Little Wolf.  We enjoyed dinner, boating, fishing, and roasted marshmallows by the fire.

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Jun
13

Our Best Vegetable Garden Ever

Posted by Timm

Our vegetable garden

This is our first vegetable garden at Little Wolf, and so far it is turning out to be our best vegetable garden ever!  It’s growing like crazy, so much that we had to expand the fence to accommodate the sprawling pumpkins.  Our not-so-secret ingredient: composted chicken poo.  So far we’ve enjoyed lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, and snap peas.  We’re still waiting on corn, onions, pumpkins, and squash.

Jun
04

Who’s That Froggie on the Window?

Posted by Timm

Frog on our kitchen window

An unidentified frog is hanging out on our kitchen window.

Jun
01

Canadian Geese Visiting our Pond

Posted by Timm

9 Canadian Geese

Nine Canadian Geese stopped at our pond for a few days rest on their annual migration north.

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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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