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    If I hadn't seen it with my owns eyes,...

    I saw a hen on the side of the road yesterday and as she turned to go into the ditch, she was followed by a handful of what looked like week old poults..

    I've never heard of a hatch this late in the year, we're mid summer now !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    If I hadn't seen it with my owns eyes,...

    I saw a hen on the side of the road yesterday and as she turned to go into the ditch, she was followed by a handful of what looked like week old poults..

    I've never heard of a hatch this late in the year, we're mid summer now !!!
    I have seen them with young poults around here, well into September. Makes you wonder how they handle the winter.....
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    Been seeing quite a few family groups the last 2 weeks, in the Buck Lake to the Rideau area, some poults the size of pigeons and some as big as mallards. Most groups were anywhere from 4 to 8 younguns, but might have been more in the tall grass unseen.
    Also seeing some good sized fawns out and about.
    John

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    Went for a drive Monday morning to put in a tree stand and check-in with a couple farmers in WMU 75. Saw quite a few hens and poults.

    poults 1.jpg

    poults 2.jpg

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