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Who's seeing em #7564670 07/26/19 04:26 AM
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Its early, but anyone seen many birds yet. I've seen em in one spot I know they roost, got my brain going. Then I've seen tons of em in arizona while at work. May go out to my place this week coming do some work and watch for em. We re still way early, but it's coming.

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Originally Posted by pervis
Its early, but anyone seen many birds yet. I've seen em in one spot I know they roost, got my brain going. Then I've seen tons of em in arizona while at work. May go out to my place this week coming do some work and watch for em. We re still way early, but it's coming.


They are there all year long at my place. Migratory my *** smile

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I saw quite a few last Sunday in north Texas area, all mourning doves.

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I saw a lot at the farm a week ago but they seem to be gone

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White wings spotted in Sealy area!

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Nice I have seen a few myself in the north texas area. Been prob 4 yrs since the migrators made it to the metromess.
Hopefully il get out west this coming sun to do some work out at my place in Haskell.

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I'm seeing more pop up each day here in the Tulsa area


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I've been watching some up here in Wyoming. Good chance they'll be on their way down there before Sept way our weather has been this year.

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Send it!

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Saw a few this evening, but I got out to haskell late, did manage to get a nice hog this evening w my thermal. Il be up in the am and see what's flying.

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Had the boys out mowing, saw groups of 15 to 25 Regular until 10:30 then a few until noon. Morning, whitewings and a ton of collards. North Ft Worth, Saginaw Area.

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Driving around Arlington (population 400,000) this morning I saw multiple front yards containing anywhere between 5 and 15 White Wing Doves.

An outlaw could have limited out with a Daisy Red Ryder.

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Not so many in Erath Co. but there's a boat load of sunflowers everywhere though.

Seeing quite a few around the Metroplex

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I was at my lease in young county over the weekend. Half of our front field was packed with sunflowers and full of birds. We have got burned before because It is not unusual for the field to get turned by the rancher just before Dove season opener, but this year the mesquite flat next to the field has as many or more sunflowers than is in the field and as many birds. It is easily the most sunflowers I have ever seen on our place out of 18 years. My only worry is if the country around us has as many sunflowers as we do, the migrators could end up anywhere.

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My backyard in San Marcos

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Some good skillet shot limit pic^^^ smile ani

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Birds know dooms day is coming soon.

They headed to Mexico

Build that wall, keep em here.

Orale Vatos!

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I'm outside of Lubbock and am not seeing the numbers I usually see this time of year. I figured with all the rain we had early on this would be a great year but so far I'm a little worried.

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Still got wheat standing that was grazed a little but not harvested down in Dickens county and hoping birds will find it. Could be a good shoot for the grandkids.

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Summer Update on the Birds... W/ Work, I get to travel from West Ft. Worth,Weatherford,Jacksboro,Wichita Falls,Vernon Down to Seymour,Haskell,Anson,Roby then down to Sweetwater and Abilene. LAST YEAR During My Summer Travel Season (June & July & Aug.) Plus Working out at the Deer lease in Woodson It was the WORST YEAR of Seeing Native Birds (Since I can remember) and the Season was just as Bad.

So, Having Been out that way since June, Fellows, I hate to Break the Bad News to you but I'm not seeing a Whole lot of Birds (Like I thought I would w/ All the Rain we had this past Spring). I did see some pockets of fair numbers but OVERALL I saw a just a few more than last year. I would describe the populations (thus far) being BELOW AN AVERAGE YEAR. It may take a year or two for the native populations to bounce back from the BAD YEAR that we had in '18.


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I saw 10 birds total on mon and tues out on haskell. It's really weird. Perfect conditions, but hardly any birds. The most I've seen is in the metroplex

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north of Brownwood we have tons of sunflowers this year and I have two fields of leftover winter wheat that's headed out still not seeing much

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Seeing tons of whitewings! Unfortunately, they're all around my downtown office. And they're there year 'round, like pigeons. Driving to my house out in the country seeing a few, but no real numbers. Office is in Waco, house about 20 miles south of town.


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