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South Texas Bird Reports #2527190 08/23/11 06:06 PM
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Anyone seen anything on the South Texas doves? eeks333 Will be heading to Mission on the 2nd weekend for some white wing action. cheers Just curious how it's looking down that way.


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Re: South Texas Bird Reports [Re: nochance4win] #2527274 08/23/11 06:39 PM
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iv been back and forth from laredo to san antonio the last two and a half weeks and iv seen good numbers all in between



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Re: South Texas Bird Reports [Re: Deadeyedaniel] #2529743 08/24/11 04:14 PM
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My fields in the Ricardo area are loaded with birds. That is subject to change if we get a big rain, but I do not see that happening.


Re: South Texas Bird Reports [Re: STXHO] #2531025 08/24/11 11:50 PM
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I'm seeing average numbers in Live Oak county. Lots of white wings. We will see if it holds up. Very dry.



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