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Discussion in 'Trail Cams and Photography' started by DonniePowell, Apr 3, 2020.
I was mushroom hunting last Saturday and ran across a mama woodcock and little one.
Cool, They really blend in well with their surroundings.
That is supercool
Very cool. Thanks for sharing!
Amazing how well they blend in. Wish hen turkeys did the same.
If I was doing anything besides looking down for mushrooms, I would have never seen them. Probably a once in a lifetime deal.
Was crossing the pasture a couple of weeks ago and flushed a hen off this nest. Like you said probably a once in a lifetime deal.
Very cool. I didn't know they nested here. Learn something new every day. I thought they just came down in the fall and went back up to New England after the winter. I wonder if the young ones migrate back with the parents. I've never seen a baby or sub adult. Weird and interesting birds. Thanks for sharing.
Really like seeing - nice . Maybe , they can get a foot hold , and come back a bit .
I have seen one in my lifetime. I seen one Close to Old Forester in Muddy Creek.
I notice more around my place during a wet year, and understandably knowing their diet. That being said, maybe a good year for them in store. They do taste good.
I see woodcock every year from prob November through late spring around creeks/river bottoms.