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Dove migration? #7451049 03/05/19 08:19 PM
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I was out at my property last weekend and saw WAY more doves than usual. Probably 5x more than I've seen per day during the last few months.

Curious why that is. I thought maybe it was due to their migration, but seems a bit early. Also thought maybe it's related to the green vegetation starting to grow with all the recent rains.

What do yall think?

Re: Dove migration? [Re: JDP Ranch] #7451133 03/05/19 09:47 PM
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The final birds that got pushed down from the icy weather to the north. confused2


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