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    What type of bird is this?

    Strangest thing in my neck of the woods... It's the talk of the town! Almost like seeing a moose walking through your back yard in NYC.

    So is this a Turkey or a Pheasant? I'm going with pheasant but I don't know.

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    Re: What type of bird is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    Strangest thing in my neck of the woods... It's the talk of the town! Almost like seeing a moose walking through your back yard in NYC.

    So is this a Turkey or a Pheasant? I'm going with pheasant but I don't know.

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    That is most definitely a Beetle......otherwise know as a Turkey......
    Female Turkey......very strong fliers....almost became the national bird.....it would have been if Ben Franklin had his way.....

    "I'm not out on the river to win." -Kieth Rutherford

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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    At least you didn't say it was a duck...

    That's worth a revisit...
    It all comes down to DC being a bait fishing fraud...


    John
    Some circumstantial evidence is very strong, as when you find a trout in the milk.--Henry David Thoreau

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    Re: What type of bird is this?


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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Ohh the flies you could have tied from him. Next time MacFLy flies in for a visit hit him over the head with a shovel and take some tail and wing feathers.

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Well...what kind of bird is this?
    ????????????????

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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    She will be sitting on her eggs pretty soon. Send the Toms my way after May 1. What's up boys? Haven't been on the site lately. I see the Troll is gone. Dennis, let's go fishin, I'll row the whole time, just want to see you fish and pull in the beeg juans!


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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by cingras53 View Post
    She will be sitting on her eggs pretty soon. Send the Toms my way after May 1. What's up boys? Haven't been on the site lately. I see the Troll is gone. Dennis, let's go fishin, I'll row the whole time, just want to see you fish and pull in the beeg juans!
    Chris!
    Long time...
    Speaking of birds, are you still giving upstate grouse hell?
    They seem to be holding their own up my way... noticing an uptick in the numbers of Timberdoodles though.

    John
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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Hey Alpaca Man, yep the grouse population was up a bit and I did have some very good days. How are your animals doing. How many crias are you expecting this spring? Let me know if you want me to put a dent in your coyote population.


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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by cingras53 View Post
    Hey Alpaca Man, yep the grouse population was up a bit and I did have some very good days. How are your animals doing. How many crias are you expecting this spring? Let me know if you want me to put a dent in your coyote population.
    I think we're expecting 20 this year. We are getting more selective.
    How long have you been hunting coyotes? What's your preferred method?
    No shortage of coyotes in my neighborhood...

    John
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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Fanatic View Post
    I think we're expecting 20 this year. We are getting more selective.
    How long have you been hunting coyotes? What's your preferred method?
    No shortage of coyotes in my neighborhood...
    What is the law, and preferred method, in Pennsyltucky? In NJ you can now use a rifle, as long as its less than .223, so you can basically hunt with an AR, but with no more than 3 rounds. Call them in with a wounded rabbit call. On your property it also looks like you can play the long game.

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: What type of bird is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Nazi View Post
    What is the law, and preferred method, in Pennsyltucky?
    Not necessarily the same thing...

    John
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