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#5682506 - 04/03/15 08:42 AM Windy Roosts??
OffCoor1 Offline
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Registered: 09/12/13
Posts: 309
Loc: Archer County
What is the opinion of you guys on birds coming off the roost the morning after a very windy (20 mph+) night? Do they tend to hang on the limb longer the following morning, or is the windy night not an issue for their flydown the next morning? I appreciate any input. Thanks, and Good Huntin'

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#5683030 - 04/03/15 02:56 PM Re: Windy Roosts?? [Re: OffCoor1]
thedoveshooter Online   content
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Registered: 03/02/10
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Loc: Tomball, TX
It was pretty windy Thursday morning for me west of Rocksprings. They flew down a little later but that was probably due to it being cloudy as well. I don't think the wind would make them stay on the roost later, but cloud coverage definitely does.
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#5683033 - 04/03/15 02:58 PM Re: Windy Roosts?? [Re: OffCoor1]
OffCoor1 Offline
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Registered: 09/12/13
Posts: 309
Loc: Archer County
Thanks, DoveShooter. I had never paid any attention to the cloud cover. I appreciate the response. Best of luck this season.

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