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#6469221 - 09/26/16 03:15 PM White wing cycle
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One of the guys that lives on the place I dove hunt at says that white wing dove are on a 50 year cycle, stating that in the next 10-15 years we won't see any of these birds. They will all stay in Mexico and south america.

I pick and choose what to believe that comes out of his mouth, this is one I have to throw up the bs flag on.
Tried to reference it on Google and came up with nothing, so do y'all know anything about what he's saying or would you throw up the bs flag to?
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#6469230 - 09/26/16 03:20 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Seems like if that was such a thing, there would be publications on it, you might want to check what he is drinking or smoking.

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#6469259 - 09/26/16 03:28 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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I know exactly what he drinks and smokes.

I buy what he drinks for him time to time, but not what he smokes. whistle
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#6469411 - 09/26/16 04:59 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Yup, I think he's full of it. While I can tell by talkin to him that he has done and seen alot in his life, im not buying in on this idea.
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#6469431 - 09/26/16 05:07 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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They are all over the city of Freeport. Never saw many of them until the past couple of years. Hope they stay.
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#6469542 - 09/26/16 06:21 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Never heard that one before.
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#6469567 - 09/26/16 06:32 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: TTUGrad08]
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Originally Posted By: TTUGrad08
Never heard that one before.

Well, I don't live in Freeport so I don't have to deal with them crapping on my truck. If they stick around and multiply, that's gonna make the wingshooting better in my area.
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#6470021 - 09/26/16 10:17 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: Palehorse]
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Originally Posted By: Palehorse
Originally Posted By: TTUGrad08
Never heard that one before.

Well, I don't live in Freeport so I don't have to deal with them crapping on my truck. If they stick around and multiply, that's gonna make the wingshooting better in my area.


Sorry, I was referring to the original post. I am with you, more opportunity! cheers
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#6475767 - 10/01/16 08:34 AM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Originally Posted By: whitewing maniac
One of the guys that lives on the place I dove hunt at says that white wing dove are on a 50 year cycle, stating that in the next 10-15 years we won't see any of these birds. They will all stay in Mexico and south america.

I pick and choose what to believe that comes out of his mouth, this is one I have to throw up the bs flag on.
Tried to reference it on Google and came up with nothing, so do y'all know anything about what he's saying or would you throw up the bs flag to?

Maybe he got his directions mixed up, and meant to say Oklahoma is where they're all headed, lol. Cause I'm sure seeing more and more of them up this way-->North Texas...Red River Valley. And there use to not be ANY?
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#6475788 - 10/01/16 08:57 AM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Originally Posted By: whitewing maniac
One of the guys that lives on the place I dove hunt at says that white wing dove are on a 50 year cycle, stating that in the next 10-15 years we won't see any of these birds. They will all stay in Mexico and south america.

I pick and choose what to believe that comes out of his mouth, this is one I have to throw up the bs flag on.
Tried to reference it on Google and came up with nothing, so do y'all know anything about what he's saying or would you throw up the bs flag to?

BS...
the big freezes of 83 and 89 did in a lot of the grapefruit orchards in the Valley...
the whitewings moved north looking for nesting areas...
they nest in flocks and the citrus groves were prime habitat...
now they've become urban birds and subdivisions are their new habitat...
think about it....
do you see many whitewings more than 3-4 miles from a population area?
my family has lived on this piece of dirt since 1877.. never any WW's
they are town birds...
5 miles north of me is the biggest whitewing shoot ever... Hondo


Edited by kweber (10/01/16 09:13 AM)

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#6475811 - 10/01/16 09:18 AM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Registered: 09/18/16
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I think the white wing flyaway is moving more towards the east. I've got a buddy of mine that grew up in Kosse and never shot white wings growing up. He's had some jam up places and about 5 years ago, one of his fields were solid white wings.

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#6476093 - 10/01/16 02:35 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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My high school geology teacher swore up and down and 'taught' us that because of all the development on south padres island that it was eroding and in 20 years the beaches and the land would be gone and under water. Well it's been like exactly 20 years and it turns out he was wrong.

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#6476098 - 10/01/16 02:46 PM Re: White wing cycle [Re: Pintail711]
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Originally Posted By: Pintail711
I think the white wing flyaway is moving more towards the east. I've got a buddy of mine that grew up in Kosse and never shot white wings growing up. He's had some jam up places and about 5 years ago, one of his fields were solid white wings.


My Uncle has a place between Brenham and Navasota, we've shot the carp out of some White Wings there, he said they used to never see them.

I'll have to agree with kweber's post!


Edited by Stickchunker (10/01/16 02:47 PM)
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#6478241 - 10/03/16 09:00 AM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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It would be more believable if he was talking about quail.... Sounds like he's one of kind.
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#6479785 - 10/04/16 07:07 AM Re: White wing cycle [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Seems to me that white wings are expanding their range, much like the Eurasian or "collared" dove.
I would think that it is unlikely that the trend would end or reverse any time soon.
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