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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane13 View Post
    My favorite game bird, by far. None more beautiful. None more fun to hunt. 2nd only to quail for table fare.
    oh I dunno, chukars is purty good
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    Quote Originally Posted by mallardsx2 View Post
    Nice Cock.
    thaz wah she sayed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane13 View Post
    My favorite game bird, by far. None more beautiful. None more fun to hunt. 2nd only to quail for table fare.
    Nice picture Shane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane13 View Post
    My favorite game bird, by far. None more beautiful. None more fun to hunt. 2nd only to quail for table fare.
    They come by name 'ditch parrots' honestly!

    Due to a weekly long drive I have to make, to visit a son in rehab 2/3s the way across Iowa, I get to see a lot of farm country. I've been seeing more pheasants this year than in the last 10-and unf a lot of roadkilled roosters. Many seem to have surived, despite the more severe winter. Spring so far has been cool. Flooding gets all the media attention-and while we still aren't out of the woods yet, much of the worst of that was weeks ago, before prime nesting season. I'm hopeful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    This rooster has been stopping by my place almost every day. Really a handsome bird. Had a fly riding his back too!


    Great photo you captured the character of that awesome bird.

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    Love it..."Ditch Parrots"
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