Do you have deer hunters in the area? Any chance bow hunters are staking out yardages from a specific point so they know the approximate distance of the shot. Is your property posted?
YOU COULD GO TO WWW.WHITEPAGES.COM AND ENTER HIS NAME. IT MIGHT GIVE YOU HIS NEW NUMBER IF ITS A LAND LINE OR THE ADDRESS OF HIS RESIDENCE...YOU COULD WRITE TO HIM.
This is also a good note to put in lease...you want 24 hours notice when anyone is going to be on your property. WE CAUGHT SOME GUYS IN THE MIDDLE OF MY SONS PROPERTY MARKING AN OLD PIPELINE. WE DIDN'T EVEN KNOW IT EXISTED. HOWEVER YOU DON'T WANT PEOPLE JUST DOING WHATEVER THEY WANT TOO. THEY ALSO HAD PEOPLE SHOW UP TO SEE IF ANY ARTIFACTS COULD BE FOUND IN THE PROPOSED ROW
How's this for a possibility: Is your neighbor having his property surveyed by any chance?
Jessica-you might want to check your lease. A friend of mine said his lease with Chesapeake allows seismic testing. First thing they did on our property was set one wooden stake with numbers and the testing co numbers. Every place they put mixed color ribbons at least one had the initials of the testing co on it. The ones that mark the paths had no markings and were only one color.
Kathleen-we did the same thing. They cut through brush we couldn't walk through. We called them after they put out the initial flags since they went past the house. That was when we found out pink was sensors and orange was shot holes.