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Old 06-17-2008, 03:08 PM
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Default Shes back!!!!!!!

Well the hen that had her young on our north side of the property last year. Is back again this year. I assume she has a nest close by. Hopefully my trail cam will let me know soon.
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Old 06-18-2008, 07:26 AM
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Well I didnt get pics of them yet. But I saw them this morning. They were the size of sparrows. I couldnt tell how many there were.
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Old 06-18-2008, 08:26 AM
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Just think, in two years you might be chasing the gobbles of one of those little sparrows.
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Old 06-18-2008, 03:43 PM
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Awwwwwwwwwww....don't you just love babies!?!?!?

I just want to hug 'em and squeeze 'em and call 'em George!!!!!
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I was thinking, more like cornish hens.....yum!!!!!
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I was thinking, more like cornish hens.....yum!!!!!
You caught me off guard with that one! LOL!!!!!!!!
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Have you ever noticed that people who hunt love watching animals and nature way more than the supposed "Animal Lovers" of the world. Whenever you here of an animal being rescued its usually a hunter doing it. I swear I think Monie just wiped a tear away from her eye just thinking about those babies....

Or was it the drumsticks????
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Old 06-20-2008, 07:24 AM
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[QUOTE=YorkArcher;15317]Have you ever noticed that people who hunt love watching animals and nature way more than the supposed "Animal Lovers" of the world. Whenever you here of an animal being rescued its usually a hunter doing it. QUOTE]

You are absolutely right!!!!
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Have you ever noticed that people who hunt love watching animals and nature way more than the supposed "Animal Lovers" of the world. Whenever you here of an animal being rescued its usually a hunter doing it. I swear I think Monie just wiped a tear away from her eye just thinking about those babies....

Or was it the drumsticks????
Where's the hidden camera?!?!!? Come on!! Spill it!!! Is it in the Teddy Bear??? The speaker???

I've gotta tell ya, that Drum is yummy!!! I know a lot of people around here think they're a pain and usually kill them, but if you put those little rascals on ice as soon as you catch them...WOW! That is some good eats!! BTW, if you ever get a Drum that hasn't been put on ice, have a spitoon ready. Blech! Did y'all know that the fresh water Drum is related to the salt water Redfish?
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