Changing Weather in the US

changing_weather With the changing weather conditions, and the wide ranges of temperature shifts that we are seeing across the country I have no doubt that we will see wildlife patterns shift to match. Back in 2012 I wrote an article about deer movements and patterns covering Temperature, Barometric Pressure, Atmospheric Conditions, Wind, and the Moon.

What we can Expect

We have seen drastic changes in the USA over the past couple years when it comes to weather, from Alaska’s warmer then usual winters to Florida and Alabama getting snow in the spring. With these changing weather conditions comes drastic consequences for the patterns of our favorite game creatures. Just a drop in 10° during the egg laying season of turkeys can cause a massive kill off causing low populations for generations.

Changing Weather

As we see these shifts in weather it would be smart to remember that when we expected the deer to be in estrous and the rut to be happening we may be weeks early or maybe weeks late. Knowing that these weather changes are coming and how they will reek havoc on our seasons – comes down to proper planning.

Keeping a Journal

hunting journal Now more then ever it is a good idea to keep a journal of the tracks and animals you see in the woods. Track those trail cam footage. If you put in the work all year long it will pay off in the end. Not only will you gain a better understanding of how nature works, but you will be more in tune to your environment and aware of the cycles that keep the earths’ ecosystem rotating.

Hunting is about to get a lot harder without the proper planning. So pop on over to our friends at; where he has built an awesome system to help you keep track of all the game in your area and prepare for the changing weather conditions!

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Hi, I am Gregory Beckman, as the main owner of Military Hunting and Fishing let me tell you a little bit more about myself. I am currently an active duty member in the United States Coast Guard. I have been privileged to traveling the world. My experiences have shaped the way that I see the world and my memories will stick with me for a lifetime. Although I may not live in the country, the country lives in me. Traveling the world I have had the chance to experience the wonders of nature in many different places, meeting many different people and tasting wild game that the normal person would not get to experience. Although these experiences have kept me away from home, it has instilled a deep passion of hunting and fishing in my blood. Thank you for joining our site, and I look forward to interacting and sharing stories of our hunting adventures. Gregory A. Beckman
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