I have been growing peas now for 25 years on my farm,,, and in those 25 years I have never seen so many pea fields as I have in my recent travels around the parkland! And we are not talking a few more fields here and there, it's a lot more everywhere!!! In some local areas, peas are the second most common crop now after canola. With the recent rains, water is abundant and with all these pea fields, so is a major food source. Certainly this will likely hold and keep the birds well distributed which should spread hunting pressure around which is a good thing,,, but I gotta wonder how loyal the birds will be the to any particular pea field after they have been disturbed when they can have their choice of another 2-6 restaurants with peas as the main course within a couple miles! At any rate, I am certainly anticipating that this is a subject that will need extensive in-field research to find an answer to,,, something I am quite excited about doing this fall!!!