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Winter Flocks Break-up

Old 03-23-2003, 08:16 AM
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Default Winter Flocks Break-up

Seems that the winter flocks around here have started to break-up, yesterday was the first I`ve seen gobblers with the big flocks of hens and today all the normal feeding areas where I`ve been watching birds everyday for a month and a half are devoid of birds. Has anyone else noticed that when the gobblers and hens first get together they change their movement patterns?
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Old 03-23-2003, 03:01 PM
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They started breaking up a couple of weeks ago around here . I was watching seven diffeent bunches of them yesterday in the fields next to me ,usually about seven to ten birds in a bunch,then some bunches of all toms by themselves .It looks like we had another early breeding season . still three weeks to opening day .
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