Spicy curry venison burgers

Photo above: A little light reading to get excited for deer season.

After defrosting 2 lbs of ground venison in the refrigerator, I mixed in curry seasoning, hot pepper, salt, pepper, and olive oil. Using a measuring cup to form the burgers makes the process easier. Baked for 12 minutes at 400 degrees. Nice and spicy, serve with most any side, but my favorite cool side to complement the spicy seasoning is coleslaw.


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Good Morning Sunshine

Thankful…

For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter of the night,
For health and food, for love and friends,
For everything Thy goodness sends.
For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet;
For song of bird, and hum and bee;
For all things fair we hear or see;
Father in heaven, we thank Thee!

Ralph Emerson


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Maryland Deer Archery Season Opens Sept. 10

(Sept. 7 MD DNR) The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that archery hunting for white-tailed and sika deer opens statewide Sept. 10, and continues through Jan. 31, 2022. Archers may also use vertical longbows and vertical recurve bows Feb. 1-3, 2022 during the second annual Primitive Deer Hunt Days.

“September signals cooling weather, the coming of fall, and the opening of deer season in Maryland,” Wildlife and Heritage Service Director Paul Peditto said. “Deer hunting presented an important outlet for many Marylanders dealing with the challenges of the pandemic last season, and we hope many of our hunters will take advantage of that outdoor therapy again this season.”

For the 2021-22 deer season, the statewide bag limit for white-tailed bucks is two deer (no more than one per weapon season). Hunters have the option to take one additional bonus buck in Region B (the state’s central, southern, and eastern regions) after purchasing a Bonus Antlered Deer Stamp.

The antlerless archery deer bag limits differ between deer management regions. In Region A, no more than one antlerless deer may be harvested during the regular archery season. An additional antlerless deer may be harvested in Region A during the Primitive Deer Hunt Days. 

In Region B, the antlerless archery limit is 15, except for in the Suburban Deer Management Zone, where the archery antlerless limit is now unlimited. This zone comprises Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George’s counties.

The sika deer archery season bag limit is three with no more than one being antlered. An antlered sika is defined as a deer with at least one antler visible above the hairline. The sika deer archery season is open in every county.

Multiple Sundays are open to archery hunting in most counties, including on some public lands. Hunters can consult the  2021-2022 Maryland Guide to Hunting and Trapping for additional information on Sunday hunting and other deer hunting opportunities.

An antler-point restriction remains in effect. Deer hunters may harvest one antlered white-tailed deer within the yearly bag limit that does not meet the requirement of having at least three points on one antler. Any additional antlered deer taken within the established bag limit must meet the minimum point restriction. Licensed junior hunters and apprentice license holders, 16 years of age or younger, are exempt from this restriction.

Hunters should carefully inspect all tree-stands and always wear a full-body safety harness while in the stand and while climbing in or out. The department strongly recommends using a sliding knot, commonly known as a prusik knot, attached to a line that is secured above the stand that allows the hunter to be safely tethered to the tree as soon as they leave the ground.

When checking in their deer, hunters should report deer taken with a long, compound, or recurve bow as harvested with a vertical bow. Crossbow hunters should register their deer as taken with a crossbow. This information helps biologists collect information on preferences and trends in how deer are harvested.

Hunters are encouraged to help others by donating deer taken in Maryland. A state tax credit offers hunters an incentive for donated deer. Other local or state programs are also available so please check with your deer processor.


Greenbury Point ride

This past Sunday my wife and I rode the Greenbury Point loop trail (tower road), located on the Naval Station base in Annapolis. This area is well known for the tall communication towers visable from the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Severn River. I visit this trail often… It is perfect for walking, biking and fishing. There is a nature center with bathrooms, which is sometimes open. The trail may be closed occasionally for Navy training exercises.

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https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/maryland/greenbury-point-trail

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I created the paintings below at Greenbury while sitting along the shore. These are nice spots to bring a chair and read, fish and for me, paint or draw.

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If you visit soon for the first time, or enjoy this area too, let us know what you think on the Maryland Outdoor Life Facebook page.

Venison sliders

Starting with a defrosted 2 pounds of ground venison, I mixed it with olive oil and coated a muffin tray with the oil too. Baked for 10 minutes at 400 degrees, then let sit and cool. Served with salad, cheese and hot sause.


Buck morning
A new deer season is weeks away!

Tote Bags

The Harvester Artwork Tote Bags have been popular… Great for shopping at road side stands or visits to the beach. Thank you for your support.

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