Winter - the bane of all herpers. Some of us have it better than others, but for those that live in the northern regions, winter is a cruel mistress. As the herps bed down late fall, our spirits plummet and depression sets in.
Luckily (the glass IS half full...), this period of inactivity provides us with some nice opportunities to get some important functions done.
Here is what I try to do during the winter.
1. Spend much needed time with family and actually work on the "honey-do" list
2. Catch up on the data
3. Scout and prepare for next season
4. Travel to warmer places
5. Actually take some time off and focus on other interests (what other interest?)