I’m cutting this one close to an almost missed Monday Feature! A quick note before we get to the good stuff. Evidently we tested the internal core of this website to it’s limits by putting the entire Outdoor Blogger Directory on one page (which had become huge) and had to make some hefty housekeeping adjustments today. Ones we figured we do in the future, however, the future suddenly being today so… The Outdoor Blogger Directory is redesigned (hopefully improved) and live. I hope everyone finds it’s functionality acceptable.
Our first featured Blogger of the week is MNangler of the Blog, Journal of a Minnesota Angler ~ Fishing stories of an Avid Fisherman.
MNangler is an all around Fisherman who focuses mostly on Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, but can be tempted by walleye and muskies. He started his blog in May of 2009 and keeps his content fresh, informative and fun. His blog is very well laid out and is always a well written read. Take a look today and enjoy what many others have discovered!
Our second featured Blogger of the week is Steve Creek of Steve Creek Outdoors ~ Wildlife Photographer.
Steve’s specialty is photographing wildlife found throughout Arkansas and Oklahoma. The pictures that he shares on his blog are beautiful to browse through and show the intricate details found in the Great Outdoors.
Steve updates his photo entries often, so if you can’t get outside this evening, or during the week, click on over to Steve’s blog and let him take you outdoors vicariously through his viewfinder. Enjoy!
Our third and final Featured Outdoor Blogger of the Week is Casey Harn, writer of the Blog Fungal Threads ~ Like a mushroom’s mycellium mass, who knows where this will go…mostly outdoors, though.
Now, what’s not to love about a blog with a tagline like that? That’s what I thought, unforgettable. Casey “likes to wander around the countryside of northeast Iowa as often as he can” and we are lucky enough that he writes about those adventures.
Casey always includes lots of visual photos to illustrate the areas he visits and he reminds us to connect with our outdoor surroundings. He also has a fantastic sense of humor (scroll down his page and read about Fungal Threads Bushcraft: Protection From Evil) which a person can quickly get hooked on. So we say, Go forth, forage, enjoy this all around Outdoor Blog….