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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by GroundPound, Dec 25, 2020.
You can generally ID them by all the plastic bands hanging off their legs
It may have been the same birds but I was seeing immature birds a few years back. Pics are on my old computer. They have red/green bands plus antennas for the trackers.
On my bucket list to try.
Stopped by Wheeler NWR on our way back from Florida the other day. Holding 13-15k sandhills right now. You can get pretty close to the bulk of them and the sound is deafening. Was cool to see. Also holding 60k ducks, 7 whooping cranes and 2 tundra swans the day we were there
Had Sandhill the other nite! Smoked it! Yummy yummy! It didn't last long!
Had several flocks totalling a couple hundred birds land within a mile of the house the other night. Tried to run them down and find the spot but no luck. May have been on the other side of the river.