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Spring plumage #8601587 05/20/22 04:34 PM
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Took a few pics of some cinnamon teal out in a hay field irrigation ditch.
As the water comes up we should get more species showing up on our plains.

Post up some spring plumage pics of your resident ducks if you have them.

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Such a beautiful bird! I hope to see one, one day and put it on the wall!



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Indeed!


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Bunch of shovelers and pintails in the same area but not close enough to the road for pics.

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I had a couple wood ducks drop in on my pond Saturday....

Can't say I'm not tempted


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Originally Posted by BradyBuck
I had a couple wood ducks drop in on my pond Saturday....

Can't say I'm not tempted

Only illegal if you get caught! bolt



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Originally Posted by rickym
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I had a couple wood ducks drop in on my pond Saturday....

Can't say I'm not tempted

Only illegal if you get caught! bolt

Its not worth the risk, duck doesn't taste that good. Now if duck tasted like quail, that would be different. smile ani eek2 bolt

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Originally Posted by Guy
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I had a couple wood ducks drop in on my pond Saturday....

Can't say I'm not tempted

Only illegal if you get caught! bolt

Its not worth the risk, duck doesn't taste that good. Now if duck tasted like quail, that would be different. smile ani eek2 bolt


For eating no doubt quail would be more tempting

Fully plumed woody or blue wing thought sure would look good on the wall


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Originally Posted by BradyBuck
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Originally Posted by BradyBuck
I had a couple wood ducks drop in on my pond Saturday....

Can't say I'm not tempted

Only illegal if you get caught! bolt

Its not worth the risk, duck doesn't taste that good. Now if duck tasted like quail, that would be different. smile ani eek2 bolt


For eating no doubt quail would be more tempting

Fully plumed woody or blue wing thought sure would look good on the wall

I north TX we can shoot fully plumed woodies during regular season, but not BWT.

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