Spring is in the air… so is the Howling

  • [photo by Elisa Christensen]

    [photo by Elisa Christensen]

By Elke Heitmeyer, Frazier Park
and Elisa Christensen, PMC

Do you howl? Every evening at 8 p.m. sharp, many mountain folks are howling for just two minutes.

They are howling to connect to each other in this time of isolation. Personally, we very much…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

Photo captions:

Above right (l-r): Neeko and Cruze Christensen join in the nightly 8 p.m. howl-fest from the deck of their family home, in part β€œto be part of the PMC Pack.” Send your howling selfies too, to Editor@MountainEnterprise.com, with Subject Line: Howling. Above left: Ravens are another species that mates for life, as do the Canadian Geese we visited last week. This couple has a nest near Hudson Ranch Road (west of Pine Mountain Club, on the back road to Taft). This is the third year they have been observed there, building a nest and raising chicks.

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