After being established for only one year and four months the baby trees have provided a home for nesting birds, author Jason Irby observed.
“After such a short period of time it has been a rewarding Spring to actually see a habitat come into development. Along with the birds nesting in the baby trees, I have witnessed footprints of many four-legged animals such as deer, bobcat, coyote, turtle, raccoon, and yes I’ve even seen a snake or two,” shared Irby.
Irby also noted that establishing the Agriculture Conservation area is continually a lot of work, but it is a great learning experience and a chance to get back to reliving the lifestyle of our forefathers.
Irby noted that watching the conservation area come along reminds him of two writings from his book (Granddaddy Had a Farm and Have You Ever), Love Within Life.
As the area continues to develop Irby expects sightings of more species of animals.