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Re: Oh What A Sound. [Re: Bogmaster] #7726728
11/25/22 01:57 PM
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Seen a large flock feeding in a bean field this morning while checking traps. Too far away to get a good picture.


Common sense is a not a vegetable that does well in everyone's garden.
Re: Oh What A Sound. [Re: Bogmaster] #7726768
11/25/22 02:48 PM
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Iíve shot a few tundras. They seam to be a very intelligent bird. The only trumpeters Iíve been around were down by Martin SD. Weíve had the come in to the outer edges of our goose decoys. I do love the sound of swans!

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