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Panhandle habitat after the fires #9040523 04/30/24 08:28 AM
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Does anyone have information about how/if the terrible wildfires in the panhandle affected the migratory bird habitats up there? I was starting to put a hunt together just about the time the fires started but I haven't pursued it since.


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Re: Panhandle habitat after the fires [Re: icanski2] #9040564 04/30/24 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by icanski2
Does anyone have information about how/if the terrible wildfires in the panhandle affected the migratory bird habitats up there? I was starting to put a hunt together just about the time the fires started but I haven't pursued it since.


as far as water fowl, It should be fine, Only issue could come up is silting in the ponds, from run off. But over all fire normally jump starts the habitat


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Re: Panhandle habitat after the fires [Re: icanski2] #9041053 05/01/24 12:26 PM
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Are you specifically looking at hunting North East of Amarillo? A lot of what burned was ranch land, I’m sure some farm land as well. It all should bounce back better.

Unless you specifically were looking at hunting that North East area I wouldn’t worry about it and even if you were it should be fine.


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Re: Panhandle habitat after the fires [Re: icanski2] #9042085 05/03/24 04:08 AM
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Thanks guys. That's pretty much what I was thinking but wasn't sure.


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