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Woodruff says she may have to. They have to be willing to spay or neuter the cat, keep it indoors, and feed it properly —. So why did she start showing cats, after 13 years as a show-dog mom? People do this from the heart and out of passion. When you have something nice, you want people to see it. Breeding creates a cycle that leads to more breeding. Department of Agriculture. Woodruff worries that such laws will eventually be passed, if not at the federal, then at the state or municipal level, where fees imposed on breeders might be.
For all their baroque appearance and breeding, these cats act just like cats. Get your real estate questions answered in the relaxed setting of Higher Ground. Doughnuts are not on their diet, but plenty of hay is. They are a few of the fourlegged members of the Vermont Mounted Response Unit, an elite team of police horses and rangers that provide field services to police departments, search-and-rescue squads and event organizers.
He also teaches his students wilderness first aid, backcountry survival, personal security for women, and other skills that blend preventive wisdom with tactical know-how. Mitchell, a fit but graying Robert Redford type, is a retired Merchant Marine captain.
Catamount Ranch embodies the dream he articulated to four close friends in , when they were seniors at Mansfield High School in Jericho. Mitchell remembers. The ranch was based in Eden for a brief spell until , when Mitchell settled down at a acre equine oasis on the rugged border between Bristol and Monkton. Its centerpiece is a house that Mitchell and his partner, Stefanie Otterson, con-. The long driveway is lined by spacious, fenced-in paddocks where horses of various breeds roam freely. Mitchell, the horse was saddled too young and needs remedial work.
Rocky Mountain Horses come from the foothills of the Appalachian mountains of eastern Kentucky. They were bred. Go to www. Across the way in a round training pen, a blond-maned Haflinger owned by a private client trots in circles when cars go by. According to. The horses are gaited, meaning they have an ultra-smooth, four-beat walk. But because of the rise of tractors and automobiles, Rocky Mountains landed on the Endangered Species List in the s.
A lone stallion named. Jeff and Donna Lord are a husband-and-wife Ranger team who keep their mounts at their property in Ferrisburgh. Tobe is credited with keeping the breed alive. The New England forests are too dense for such a breed; Rocky Mountains are just tall enough to see over a crowd, but not so tall that a rider gets knocked off by tree branches. Like a K-9 police dog, a police mount benefits from a.
The couple was also enamored with Mitchell, who has an impressive and eclectic skill set. To explain why the training is so extensive, Lord offers the hypothetical example of a backcountry rescue where a horse slips and falls on a search. All of a sudden, you find yourself out there using your skills, almost without thinking about it. Concert venues allow Mitchell to showcase his specialized air-scent training program.
Horses have five times the scent-power of canines, and they can be effective at sniffing out drug dealers. Class through the crowd and telling starts April 26 us who the dealers are. Mitchell says. While the horse processes scent molecules, the rangers pick up on body lan1x4-CrateEscape Mitchell explains. The Mounties have helped the town frequently with National Night Out, a community event that attracts upwards of people in August. Fraga says. Fraga also notes that the horses are well cared for on the job site, where a mobile 4x5-AlpineShop When you observe the even The new Porter Hospital birthing center.
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And he prefers them oversized and mean. Just last night, in fact, one did. Freeman nods. Sitting behind the wheel in his black-and-red checkered coat and faded green hat, the bearded yearold resembles a lumberjack, but without the gruff. Watrous, 29, joined the project in January, and she knows a thing or two about wildlife.
Dodge says as he buckles his seat belt. Why such wide-ranging interest? The study could shed light on a host of regional development and conservation issues, because bobcat movement and feeding patterns are affected by development projects and road construction. In addition, some hunters, trappers and houndsmen see the bobcat as emblematic of an endangered tradition.
As Freeman and Co. Unlike their rivals, coyotes, which travel in familial packs, male bobcats exhibit a cowboy-esque proclivity for rugged solitude and sexual promiscuity. At about a. Snake Mountain looms behind a distant cloud. A glass-eyed marsh winds among brambles and fence posts. Wild turkeys scurry across a nearby ridge like extras on a John Wayne set.
Just before reaching the captive cat, the assembled gang stops to stare at a pack of migrating birds. Everyone squints. One of the wildlife biologists adjusts a feather in his gallon hat. The trap, which actually looks more like a rabbit cage, has been covered with a thick canvas shroud to keep nosy predators at bay.
The whole set-up looks oddly domestic, considering its feral backdrop. Freeman prepares to remove the shroud, and all the biologists lower their voices. Nearby creatures, too, seem to settle into a reverent, even religious, silence. General hostility. Breaths are held. Earn your B. Give your brain space to grow at our invigorating residencies. Sign up for NoteS on the Weekend, our new weekly email newsletter, for an update that directs you to great shows, restaurants, staff picks and discounts for the weekend.
The shroud comes off. Everyone recoils in fear and wonder.
But once the fervor subsides, the bobcat turns out to be. Freeman explains that the cat is to be tranquilized with a cocktail of designer drugs, then fitted with a wireless leather tracking collar. The animal sways for a minute, then faints with a cinematic flourish. Freeman lays the sedated, Gumby-lax predator out on a tasteful Afghan rug.
Freeman agrees with a smirk. A half-hour later, as the Suburban rumbles back toward Burlington, Freeman waxes metaphysical. Obviously, computers for processing bobcat stats save time and headaches. Before he started the project, in , Freeman apprenticed with a few knowledgeable old-timers to get a feel for their technique. About a quarter of the bobcats in his study have been caught, pro bono, by the old-timers themselves.
Freeman continues. They wanted to see this project happen because cat habitat areas were getting developed. As more roads cut through forests, bobcats in search of food seem to be migrating into more densely settled parts of the valley. Residents and business owners from Richmond to Bristol have offered to host traps on their properties. And really, what better place for a bobcat sting than this porous borderland between rural authenticity and suburban kitsch? Do the cats get the metaphor?
Freeman suggests, as he cruises through Ferrisburgh on Route 7. A full afternoon of tranquilizing, tagging and trap-baiting awaits: Under its romantic gloss, this project is normally a tedious, toe-freezing slog. Freeman says to Watrous. A minute later, Freeman emerges from his office carrying a trash bag full of dead beaver, flipper and all. Watrous trails behind holding a grisly axe and a plastic sack of bologna sandwiches. But my job is to do this project and present the conservation organizations and town conservation commissions with the opportunity to manage the land. Then, as the paintball range approaches, Watrous speaks up.
Freeman, pulling off on the exit ramp, shrugs and grins. His face has taken on a glow from the exertion and excitement, so it almost matches the color of his facial hair. Before he can respond, Watrous clarifies. Through June. They also ground us in particular locations. Some of the painters and photographers have integrated actual maps into their artworks; all produce aesthetic responses to specific — albeit sometimes imaginary — locations with personal meaning.
Painter June Campbell has distilled maps to their simplest geometric essentials. Her five abstractions employ flat, hard-edged patches of color akin to the designs on Pueblo polychrome pottery. The irregular geometric shapes are isolated in a taupe field. Only eight forms painted in turquoise, ocher, red, blue and green — separated by smooth, dark lines — abut each other on the byinch horizontal canvas. Its overall composition slopes gently to the lower left.
New York City expatriate Gillian Klein creates abstract maps of her hometown. Isolated green patches in the land areas presumably represent parks. The park is a succulent shade of green, punctuated by phthalo-blue ponds. In this exhibition, the ever-versatile Janet Van Fleet shows herself inspired by astronomy and star charting performed by the Hubble space telescope.
The central Vermont artist has been incorporating buttons into her work for several years. Her four tidy assemblages in this show clarify why. In other Van Fleet pieces, buttons are used to represent stars in a more literal way — they appear floating in a galaxy, inhabiting a nebula, or as objects in a clear night sky.
Historically, the realms have always overlapped.
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Unlike gambling games, where the basic premise holds that sooner or later you need to lose so that the casino makes money, videogames are designed by developers who want the player to succeed. Mario might grind through level after level, only to find that the princess is, in fact, in another castle. To make sure players win, game developers have invented an arsenal of game-winning aids. Health packs, recharging defense shields, extra lives and restart points all work to ensure that any mistake is reversible. After escaping a sinking cruise ship, teens Jack and Amy find themselves castaways on some deserted atoll.
With only each other and the bounty of the jungle to support them, they must find a way to stay alive while awaiting rescue. Tapping the DS touch-screen to spark a fire and then blowing into the microphone to fan a flame to life, hunting for parts to make a fishing pole and grilling food provide the rustic fun. Send your partner out to forage for food and then, by bad luck, get trapped on a.
While you cool your heels and wait for a chance to get back to shore, your survival teammate mindlessly sits, dying of thirst and hunger. Both provide loads of simple activities organized around the theme of cooking. Best Part: After a while, dying loses its sting. Players eventually resign themselves to the harsh realities of life as a castaway and focus on problem-solving — like remembering whether it was the brown- or the red-spotted mushroom that sent your character into a life-ending illness the last time.
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