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    Some visitors




    There are 3 swans.



    Some cinnamon tael have moved it also.
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    Thats cool! We had 2 trumpeters on our lake here for most of the winter. The cinnamons never showed however.

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    They fly over here but rarely see any land.

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    The swans are more common in the eastern part of the central flyway than the cinnamon teal are

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    They fly over here but rarely see any land.
    These landed for 4+ hours and ate the whole time. Usually they drop in.

    The cinnamon teal usually come in at march, nest, and leave in September. They leave for the October - end of January season we get to hunt lol.

    Waiting for the woodies to move in and start nesting soon!
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    Very cool to see them on your place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Very cool to see them on your place.
    My uncle has got a tag and taken one several years back. The honkers are pairing off. Haven't seen the 2 snow geese that were around until the end of season. We usually get a speckled goose or 2 but none this year.

    All the exotics come in after season lol. They know when they are safe.
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