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    Default Woodcock are moving north

    Just saw a report of WC in northern Connecticut.
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    Saw a pair of Mourning Doves on the road near my house last week too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebulldog View Post
    Saw a pair of Mourning Doves on the road near my house last week too.
    They are here all year long , especially during the winter at our feeders, at times around 50 to 60 of them.
    Today , we counted 38. along with a large flock of Red Winged Black Birds.

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    Put up two woodcock at a farm in Niagara on Thursday.. Red wing blackbirds are also back , seen robins a week ago.
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    We flushed a hen woodcock today. North of Barrie!!!
    A bad day hunting is still better than a good day at work!
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    Walking the drathtaar on Mar 4 and she pointed and we flushed one. Been hearing them beeping in the mornings also. Essex county

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    Another big hen today north of Barrie.
    A bad day hunting is still better than a good day at work!
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    yup they've been trickling through here. Going to be off at least till end of march so should be able too run a lot during the bulk of the migration
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    Beautiful picture!
    (My setter died yesterday, so I'll just have to enjoy the pics from now on. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon View Post
    Beautiful picture!
    (My setter died yesterday, so I'll just have to enjoy the pics from now on. )
    My condolences Sharon,,sorry to hear that.
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