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Sandhill Crane Zone B #8068411 11/29/20 02:45 PM
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I know it’s only 3 days into the season, but is anyone seeing anything?

Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8068434 11/29/20 03:12 PM
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They are down here in Zone C and have been for a few weeks now, but of course we are still 2+ weeks out from our season opener lol.

Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8068765 11/29/20 08:43 PM
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Have seen them south of Gonzales for two weeks now.


A fool does not delight in understanding, but only in expressing his own mind....Proverbs 18:2
Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8070268 11/30/20 08:02 PM
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We have been seeing a bunch flying in Hill county over our lease but I’ve never seen them land. They will hover high over our fields.

Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8077457 12/05/20 08:59 PM
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All over south of Graham

Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8077607 12/05/20 10:38 PM
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My neighbor was very late planting his 40 acres of wheat, about Thanksgiving week. All this week, there has been about 200 birds camped out on it.

Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8078377 12/06/20 05:02 PM
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Between Hamlin and Aspermont yesterday


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Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Jeremy_Arnett] #8078995 12/07/20 02:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Jeremy_Arnett
We have been seeing a bunch flying in Hill county over our lease but I’ve never seen them land. They will hover high over our fields.


Yep, they can do that for the better part of a day.......like buzzards.


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Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8080728 12/08/20 12:45 PM
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They have been all over NE Taylor county around Hamby. The fields I have access to they left and went 5 miles south. Landowner won’t give access since deer season is going. Dang it. A week before season I was covered in birds all around my place



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Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Lotto] #8080787 12/08/20 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Lotto
Between Hamlin and Aspermont yesterday


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I see them in that area everytime I run into Lito's Burritos in Hamlin after my morning hunts

Re: Sandhill Crane Zone B [Re: Startfireman] #8081506 12/08/20 09:35 PM
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They were thick in Archer county last weekend. Pulled a limit Sunday.

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