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No New Posts Moose Marshes

A large expanse of prime wetland habitat that is a main area gathering for moose to eat at, hence its name. Horse tail, pond weed, make up part of their aquatic diet, but also eat on grass, lichen, plants growing on the forest floor, peeled-off bark and leaves stripped with their bottom lip from willows, sallows and poplars. Otters and turtles also call the marsh home, eating on small fish, crab, and periwinkles. Beavers make the marsh their home as well, with a few lodges dotted here and there through out the marsh, and a large dam, at the far end of the marsh. Bears now and then, make their way into the marsh to try and take down a moose to eat, especially the young in the spring. The moose are normally placid, unless it's rutting season, or mothers have newborn babes at their side, you don't want 1,800 pounds of fury coming at you, if you get too close. Steer clear of them, and don't agitate them, and you'll be just fine.

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No New Posts Muskey Lunge Lake

A vast lake, miles upon miles long, and wide. A unique variety of ecosystems consisting of sand dunes, coastal marshes, rocky shorelines, lakeplain prairies, savannas, forests, fens, and wetlands. There are numerous species of fish that populate the lake but, it was named for the Muskey fish population that thrives in it, or better known in the Ojibwa language, the word maashkinoozhe, meaning "ugly pike". Just about everything from black bear, fox, moose, coyote, gray wolf, elk, white-tailed deer, bobcat, beaver, otter, and lynx make their home here, or congregate to the water to drink. A few Chippewa tribes make their home around the lake area as well. A good place to gather for a drink and graze temporarily for any band of horses, not so much for a lone horse, or a little babe to run a stray from its mother, with all the predators, and even man in the area.

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No New Posts Wild Boar Swamps

A swampy area where the wild boar have been isolated at for the most part. The land is covered in grass, and swamp reeds and cattails, and alders, willows, elderberry and highbush blueberry for trees and shrubs. There are areas where the terrain is torn up from them rooting up the ground. The boar are mainly nocturnal, feeding on berries, nuts, vegetation, scavenging on carcasses, and even hunting small animals on occasion. The boar are pretty territorial, and will defend themselves, if threatened, cornered, or if sows have piglets, by using their sharp tusks to gorge others, or even biting. Predators come to hunt here frequently to get an easy meal, by snatching up a piglet, or take down an adult if they're brave enough to handle the consequences of tangle with them. Take extreme caution when entering these lands, or you could possibly not make it out alive yourself.

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No New Posts Bull Frog Lagoon

A shallow body of water off a forking creek in a meadow, separated by silty sandbar, and some vegetation. A few fish, shell fish, and snails inhabit the pond. Bull frogs have made his little area home, eating on the little minnows, and insects. Larger predators come to the area to drink, and hunt, eating the frogs as well. But, the area gets its name because of the harmonious singing of the bull frogs, especially on a clear night.

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