24 June 2011 Forest fire, courtesy USDA Posted by: Caitlin Leutwiler | 2 comments | Share: 2 Responses to “Forest fire, courtesy USDA” mr quintastic June 19th, 2012 G’Day! Defendersblog, Cool Post, I’ve heard and seen many different opinions on this subject from many different hunters. Of course no hunter wants to watch the area he’s about to hunt in month catch fire and go up in ashes. Especially if you’ve been hunting and scouting that area for a while. You’ll most likely have to find a new area to hunt that season. Good Job! STEPHE NAyer August 24th, 2012 Hey there! I just would like to offer you a huge thumbs up for your great information you’ve got right here on this post. I will be coming back to your site for more soon. BR Removal Services 27a Jade Close Unit 2 London E16 3TY United Kingdom 0800 001 6111 Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Valuing our natural heritage: The Green Investments 2015 Budget The environmental community recently released its Green Investments 2015 Budget, a proposal for Congress to invest in our lands and wildlife and put a halt to harmful cuts that hurt both our environment and our economy. Last Week to Submit Your Photos! Defenders 5th annual photo contest is now in it’s final week, but you still have time to submit your best wildlife and wild lands photos for a chance to win a trip to Yellowstone National Park with renowned wildlife photographer Jess Lee! Failing Report Card on Federal Efforts to Conserve Sage-grouse Analyzing the federal plans for sage-grouse conservation, our experts find some serious problems for this iconic and already imperiled bird.