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A very classic picture, for all you hunters!

Forums Hunting A very classic picture, for all you hunters!

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    Flintsack
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    No, I did not shoot her.

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    M63Ural
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    Nice!

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    qball
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    i didn’t shoot it either.

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    Longfellow
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    Ya'll keep laying out feed, you're gonna have a great pet pretty soon. qball probably already does. I'm envious.

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    Flintsack
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    The only time they get up to my place, is in the spring. Usually they’re looking for a place to nest. I had one do so about 50 feet from my yard one time. I have some pretty thick brush.

    Later in the year I flushed the babies when I go for a walk.  There was a lot of them a good dozen.

    Very cool to see that I’m not the only one.

    mike

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    Longfellow
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    Flintsack

    Sounds pretty cool, Mike.

    I've been feeding 2 flocks of doves (8-10 mourning doves & 6 white wing doves) for the past few years. I don't think these 2 flocks fly south for the winter at all,. They hang out in my neighborhood. I see them every day. This year 2 juvenile mourning doves joined the flocks. I can't tell if they flew in from somewhere else or were born to one of the adult pairs last year. I like to think its the latter. *Grins*

    Either way, during the spring I get to listen to their 'cooing' while they mate. They crack me up watching them squabble over food & going about their daily life.

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    davelarson
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    They definitely tame down soon after dinner is available lol! Great couple of pictures guys. My turkey waiting for dinner on the porch lol.

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    Sqwirlfugger57
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    Flintsack
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    Great stuff guys, thanks for adding!

    mike

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    qball
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    Sqwirlfugger57

     

    LMAO!!!! That certainly isn’t a good idea from that guy. 

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    AirNGasman
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    Since we're talking turkey, dig this. My 30 acre place being located some distance from a suitable roosting tree (over water), I only see turkeys just before, during, and after Spring turkey (mating) season; when the hens wander afar searching for nesting areas, and the gobblers wander afar looking for love. Interestingly I get somewhere between occasional and regular game-cam photos of bearded hens, so feel that trait might be a bit more prevalent in my area than most. A recent photo suggests horny gobblers less selective than (even) me when it comes to opportunity(s), as I find female facial hair a definite and immediate turn-off!

     

     

    "Some people!" I mean, "Some varmints!" 

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    Flintsack
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    that’s when I see them when they’re wondering.

    I found it pretty ironic that she posed right next to my turkey target.

    How about showing a picture of your bobcat and the story behind it Ron?

    mike

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    M63Ural
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    I had one of the girls showing up every morning for weeks. Then no show. These are the Toms trying to show off for them earlier.

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