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~~~Flyway Taxidermy aviary in the works~~~

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  1. flyway taxidermy

    flyway taxidermy Sponsor

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    this is two month old water and it is still clear:):)
    my doughtier and I went to a bird sale last weekend. we bought some cheep call ducks for testing the pond and to give us something to look at since I will not have any ducks in there this year. the ducks have been there since then and looks like they love the pond we will finish our project next summer will put up a retaining wall,posts, netting and heater so I can have them year round



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  2. BirdJ

    BirdJ Elite Refuge Member

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    Really has come a long way there flyway! Really looking nice:tu Any skeeter problems this summer.
     
  3. waterswatter

    waterswatter Elite Refuge Member

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    It's looking good!! I'd like to see some Baikals, Falcateds, etc. in addition to the usual stuff!!
     
  4. BadBean

    BadBean Elite Refuge Member

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    That's one heck of a swiimin' hole you got there! Where's the tire swing? hehehehe

    You did a real nice job with it and those ducks seem to love it.
     
  5. wildrice

    wildrice Senior Refuge Member

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    That is one heck of a pond! My wife has been wanting me to build a pond for the past year. Great job.
     
  6. flyway taxidermy

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    this is a test run for my pond I maxed-out with cheap ducks that I bought. They have been there for two weeks and they will be out of there for the winter until it is completed *
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  7. Duck_Slayer

    Duck_Slayer Senior Refuge Member

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    That looks horrible. Personally, I think you should disassemble it immediately. Then bring it to my house and set it up in MY yard :). Yea, that?s what you should do :groovin
     
  8. BuffleheadKing2

    BuffleheadKing2 Elite Refuge Member

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  9. Waterfowl fool

    Waterfowl fool Elite Refuge Member

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    What are "stuffing" in there? Sorry had too.... What are going to be the trphies we can expect to see here...?
     
  10. TEX-O-BOB

    TEX-O-BOB Senior Refuge Member

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    If those are "cheap" ducks I'd like to know what the expensive ones are...:eek:

    Looking good. I'm jealous!
     

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