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Early Strutting Activity #7767051 03/09/20 09:50 PM
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The picture below was taken in the Texas Hill Country this weekend. Any one seeing any early signs that the birds may be strutting a little early this year?

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Re: Early Strutting Activity [Re: tberryatx] #7767290 03/10/20 02:40 AM
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They strut and gobble year round. We just see them more often in the spring due to break up and breeding.




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