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QUAIL POPULATION NEXT SEASON #8283200 06/02/21 07:39 PM
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What's your estimation are prediction on the quail population next season, getting rain early just not many seed left.
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Re: QUAIL POPULATION NEXT SEASON [Re: durocb] #8283376 06/02/21 11:53 PM
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Seeing a few pairs but no little ones.


Yes! A Weatherby does kill them deader.
Re: QUAIL POPULATION NEXT SEASON [Re: durocb] #8283399 06/03/21 12:23 AM
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I was in Fisher county checking on a buddy’s farm today. Heard a few bird calling. A 16 acre tank that’s been mostly dry for the last 20 years after the land has been in CRP was about 70% full. There has been a lot of flooding between Hamlin and Rotan. Chics probably had a bad time without a life jacket and I’m sure many nests were wiped out. The double mountain fork of the Brazos looked like the Mississippi.

I moved my mother into a place by Possum Kingdom on the north end of the lake last weekend and was surprised to hear 4 different calls every morning. I didn’t know there were any bird left in that part of the country. I hope the rain keeps up all summer.

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