When the snow isn't on the ground and it's not too slippery, been cutting trees and trying to thicken up property and cut for more screening along property borders and bedding pockets. Yesterday frost seeded over last year's brassicas plots with clovers. Getting areas ready to frost seed switchgrass and plant trees and miscantus screening.Checking the trails to see how deer are using property,flagging stand sites and trying to prepare those by cutting access trails. Seeing where deer are bedding and how they are using areas you cut so you can assess if it's right amount of thickness. I almost feel it's best to cut for screening along property borders when leaves are on the trees so you can see where your leaf cover is going to be. Lots of guys will tell you not to cut then but I feel it helps to see where the leafy cover is when the trees drop.