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The Mountain Messenger, Tue.sday, March 27, 1990 1B By JAMES CREWS out of bed last Tues- I almost dreaded to window. I pulled the and there was the out to get the morn- saw a robin with his fluffed up sitting in the mailbox. If he was }have any breakfast, he track the worms in the to take a scouting on a flock of turkeys were hanging full of the wind was blowing it I got enough snow during the last week in December to last r Camera out to take a few snow and any wildlife ~. I did get one picture of a not get as close liked. I need to get telephoto tens to be pictures. fishing trip to Williams as much time taking I did fishing. I never I had a great time. of the time I spend t fishing is spent enjoying Killing or catching !is only a small part ot my you put in a whole day or along a stream, a part of the outdoors time to really appreciate nature really is. turkey hunting, I am lull camouflage and the Small animals work all One year during spring I watched a blue its nest. It was only Yards away and it was re- watching it weave and twigs together to nest. I was hunting the next fall and the nest I wondered if the blue Btsed their family of if happened to them. amazed me how and animals survive !~Old and snow of winter. t]Ood management prac- of Natural and the millions of dol- lars provided by hunters and fisher- men, we now have good game populations. With the spring gobbler season coming up, one of my goals during the spring hunt is to get some close- up pictures of a big gobbler. In past seasons, I have had big gobblers come to my calling in full strut. The turkey hens don't seem quite as wild during the spring. I have had them feeding and walking all around me. I know my camo is good enough to hide me but the movement required to take the pictures might be difficult to pull off. If you are interested in wildlife photography, you should give it a try. There is a lot to learn but it is a lot of fun. The West Virginia Wildlife Re- sources Division holds a nongame wildlife photo contest each year and a local photographer received hon- orable mention. Here are the win- ners: Phyllis Davis of Kegley took first place for her picture of a bright or- ange crayfish with a black back. Davis also received an Honorable Mention for her photograph of a white-footed mouse. Robert Bell of Williamstown captured second place with his photograph of three imma- ture green herons while his photo- graph of a male cardinal captured third place. In addition, Bell placed two Honorable mentions with a red- bellied woodpecker and a female cardinal. Additional Honorable Mentions were awarded to Ronald Pauley of Saint Albans for his picture of a fk/ing squirrel; Bruce Felton of Mor- gantown for his killdeer; and Roy Mann of Lewisburg for his ruby- throated hummingbird photo, SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE On the Local Front Michael Massie and Daniel McClung are shown with the four big bass they caught March 8 in the Greenbrier River. The biggest bass weighed four pounds, two ounces. all of these bass were caught on deep diving plugs. Oops -- Captions on last weeks' Sports Corner photographs were in- advertently transposed. Sorry. Michael Massle & Daniel McClung RIER SATELLITE SYSTEM 3rized dealer for Crosley & Toshiba TV's, Camcorders & VCR's for your service on all systems. Satellite System installed for as little as $50.00 a month. Office 536-4180 Oldest in the business, for 7 years 647-4528 Howard Fraley, Jr. - 536-249C "No Down Payment on Approved / at I-DEL-ECA Resort Hourly and Daily Rates Call AW Fourth Annual Mono Tournament Held In Union Final Round Participants, left to right Dr George Guy, fifth place; Jeff Walker, second place; Chuck Mossor, first place; Bob Liebman, third place; Todd Baker, fourth place; Danny Dunbar, sixth place. The Fourth Annual Union Lions Club Monopoly Tournament was held February 17 at the Union High School Gymnasium. The tourna- ment is a fund-raising project for the Sight Conservation projects of the Lions Club. This Year's sponsors included the Bank of Monroe, Atlantic Finan- cial, Kalico Kitchen, Wilson Farm Equipment, Monroe Pharmacy, Dr George Guy, Baxter & Co., Van Stavern Exxon and J&B Auto Parts. Other sponsors included Parker Brothers -- Monopoly Division, Ashley's IGA, Dransfield Photogra- phy, Kittle Feed & Supply, Monroe Dept. Store, Monroe Insurance, goes to Chuck Mossor from Rock Camp. Since Parker Brothers will hold the national tournament in October of this year, Mr Mossor will be the leading contender to represent the State of West Virginia, barring any possible tournaments elsewhere in the state. The school trophy this year goes to Todd Baker, representing Gap Mills Junior High. Mr Baker had the highest score among participating students at the tournament, and it also earned him a booth in the final round. Youngest player at the tourna- ment was Shawn Hamrick, a 10- Country Stores, and Monroe- year old from Meadow Bluff. The Raleigh Milk Transport. , ..player traveling the greatest dis- The tournament consisted of tance was John Wilkinson from Mor- three 90-minute preliminary rounds, and ended with the final champion- ship game. The six players in the final round were determined from the five highest single game scores taken from the preliminary rounds, plus the defending Lions Club Tour- nament Champion. This year, for the first time, the defending champion emerged again as winner, the honor gantown, formerly with Farm Home Administration in Union. Mr Wilkin- son, who returned for the tourna- ment because of "its addictive tour- nament nature." The Union Lions Club invites &ll players to the next area tournament. The Lions Club also would like to thank the players for their support of sight conservation projects. Baseball At Hollowell Park Lewisburg Board of Parka and Recreati0n will hOSt a double header baseball game between Greenbrler East and Fayettevllle TWe~:firS~s~YaMa~Cwhl2:t:tHtt/OlW~ll park. Annual S g Fitness Festival Will Be April 28 Union Carbide's Thirteenth An- nual Spring Fitness Festival will be Saturday morning, April 28, at the company's South Charleston Tech- nical Center. Events include a 10,000 Meter Competitive Run, a Two Mile Jog/Walk and a 90-Minute Aerobathon. There is a $10 registration fee for those who register early. All partici- pants will receive ~an imprinted beach towel, a ticket to the buffet awards luncheon, and a chance at the awards. Late registration will begin at 8 a.m. the morning of the Festival. The late registration fee is $12. The events begin at 9:30 a.m. Cathy Cleland and a group o~ certi- fied instructors from the Charleston YWCA will read the aerobic workout In the 10K Run there are awards in 15 different age divisions, as well as for overall winners, husband/wife competition, and heavyweight com- petition. The 10K course starts-at the Tech Center, winds through the hilly section of South Charleston and finishes in Timberland, a two- mile wooded jogging trail at the Tech Center. Entry forms have been mailed to all previous participants. They are also available at area health clubs and sporting good stores. 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Par- ents must assume responsibility for children's safety; fish will be meas- ured at Western Auto immediately following the derby; fish must be caught by legal means. The fish must be caught by the registered party unassisted by anyone (others may be present for safety sake). This event is sponsored by the Greenbrier Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited. For additional information on Fishing Derby or information about the Greenbrier Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited, phone Steve King at 356-1755 after 5:30 pm. \ Take out a subscription to t1?e Mountain Messengex In State: $14.00 Out-of-State: $15.00 Students: $10.50 (9 months) $1.00 OFF RATES FOR SENIOR CITIZENE Mountain Messenger 122 N. Court Street Lewisburg, WV 24901 I .... 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