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Sneaky Hen #7844390 05/19/20 01:18 PM
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The other day I was driving through the pasture and I saw a solo hen on the north side of a lone live oak that was about 12" in diameter on an open hillside. The wind was in my face so she did not see me until I was approximately 40 yards away. As soon as she saw me, she ducked and squatted behind the tree. The road took me about 15 steps from the tree as I drove due west. As I drove by the tree, I could not see the hen as she was moving around the tree to keep it between us. As I passed the tree, I barely saw her head against the ground, peaking to make sure I kept moving.
I have seen turkeys react in this fashion on several occasions but most of the time, there are multiples and when one runs or flies, seems all the others file suite.
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Gary

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hide-n-seek with a hen.


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