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    We put up 10 on Sunday on the Niagara peninsula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thymallus View Post
    We put up 10 on Sunday on the Niagara peninsula.
    Fiqured they be stalled down there. Put up 4 this morning 3 looked like they've been in place for a few days one I'd have to speculate just arrived.
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    After lunch gonna run mum in another spot as it seems the birds are practicing social isolation too.
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    Sorry for your loss Sharon.

    2 woodcock flushed yesterday. 3 woodcock and a grouse today.

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    We have a single male at Burnt River who's been peenting for the past two nights. There are so few Woodcock now I almost forgot what they sound like. Our property has been almost completely devoid of grouse now for the past 4 years. It's got to be West Nile. It's an emotional treat now to even see a grouse!

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    A pair of woodcock yesterday and a grouse today.
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    First one pointed on the farm this afternoon.
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    5 yesterday north of Barrie.
    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?"

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    5 woodcock and two grouse yesterday. 2 woodcock and a grouse on a quick outing today.

    Rylee and woodcock pic 25mar 2020.jpg
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    My dog bumped one today too. It was nice to see. His reaction was like “what the heck?”....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark_t1012001 View Post
    5 woodcock and two grouse yesterday. 2 woodcock and a grouse on a quick outing today.

    Rylee and woodcock pic 25mar 2020.jpg
    Nice steady flow of birds pushing through. Only problem with the extra walks starting to get looks from the dogs as they wonder why no shots fired
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