The Crex Meadows Photography Club meets on the second Saturday of every month to share images taken at Crex and the surrounding area with fellow photographers, learn new techniques and discuss good photo locations at Crex. Crex Meadows is … Continue reading
This is the best time of year for watching wildlife out the windows of Woodland Trails, perhaps with a cozy fire going in the fireplace. We are seeing more turkeys than ever, up to two dozen at a time! … Continue reading
We and our guests have enjoyed seeing more deer this year outside the B & B than ever! Guests have seen a dozen near the pond out one window and then, out another window, a dozen more in the field. … Continue reading
We and our guests have always enjoyed watching deer outside our B&B windows, but this year seems to be especially good. We are seeing more deer, both day and night, from the B&B. Also, guests out on the trails almost … Continue reading
Spring is the best time for bird and wildlife watching. One great place to do it is at Woodland Trails Bed and Breakfast. Right outside our windows the finches are becoming very active at the sunflower seed feeders while woodpeckers … Continue reading
The winter and early spring months are the best time of year to enjoy watching wildlife out the windows of Woodland Trails. Come join us watching the wildlife!
We have watched two adult trumpeter swans with one juvenile (cygnet) on our Beaver Pond for several weeks. Today, there were 10 adults. What a sight! Five of them are seen here with an unused beaver lodge in the background.
When black bears have names, they seem less fierce. We have named the family of bears that sometimes can be seen in the woods around the B & B Fred and Freda and together they had Fanny, Francis and Freddie, Jr. … Continue reading
Woodland Trails Bed and Breakfast is 25 minutes east on Highway 48 from Grand Casino Hinckley and, for those want the personal experience of a B and B away from the smoke and noise of the casino, worth the drive! Woodland … Continue reading
In the years we have owned our land, we have seen Timber Wolf scat – huge and full of hairs – but have never seen a live wolf, until yesterday. Sandra saw him a hundred yards away, on the … Continue reading