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  1. skywatcher1

    skywatcher1 Elite Refuge Member

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    IMG_1617.jpg i guess someone had a good day
     
  2. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    Please tell me that isn't just a pile dumped for waste you found
     
  3. Grand Passage

    Grand Passage Elite Refuge Member

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    It looks like a pile of cleaned birds that were left for the coyotes and raccoons. If that's from one day they certainly did very well.
     
  4. Wapiti@67

    Wapiti@67 Senior Refuge Member

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    Unfortunately that is a scene that gets repeated a lot in the spring. I know landowners who don't want anything to do with snow goose hunters because of past practices like this. GP, why do you say they have been cleaned?? I am not necessarily seeing that.
     
  5. negooseman

    negooseman Senior Refuge Member

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    If I counted correctly, there's 287 birds there. :dv
     
  6. no harm-no fowl

    no harm-no fowl Senior Refuge Member

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    They looked cleaned to me. A good way to recycle.
     
  7. Allan

    Allan Elite Refuge Member

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    Can't tell on all of them, but it's obvious many were breasted.
     
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    grnhd Elite Refuge Member

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    Man, y'all have better eyes than me if you can see breasted out birds in that pic. I'm not saying they're not, I just can't see it.
     
  9. joecitrano

    joecitrano Senior Refuge Member

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    One where'd pic come from? Guys who shot em takin hero pile pics? Two did they take hero pile pic after birds were breasted? 3what do you do with your birds once you've processed em? And if this is a pile of in cleaned birds discarded by some slob hunter it's a freakin shame that jerks like that are allowed to hunt and are associated with us
     
  10. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Bottom of the pile, middle, has a black wing tip curling round from right to left. Breasted out.
     

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