Discussion in 'Trail Cams and Photography' started by DonniePowell, Apr 3, 2020.

  1. DonniePowell

    DonniePowell Well-Known Member

    I was mushroom hunting last Saturday and ran across a mama woodcock and little one.

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  2. mikebri

    mikebri Well-Known Member

    Cool, They really blend in well with their surroundings.
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  3. Punkinseed

    Punkinseed Well-Known Member

    Se ark
    That is supercool
  4. orangefeetdown

    orangefeetdown Well-Known Member

    Very cool. Thanks for sharing!
  5. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Amazing how well they blend in. Wish hen turkeys did the same.
  6. DonniePowell

    DonniePowell Well-Known Member

    If I was doing anything besides looking down for mushrooms, I would have never seen them. Probably a once in a lifetime deal.
  7. jody4915

    jody4915 Member<br>2010 Predator Contest Winner

    IMG_1586740100.343945.jpg 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.
  8. Thenarwhal

    Thenarwhal Well-Known Member

    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.
  9. Hobbshunter

    Hobbshunter Well-Known Member

  10. deer14

    deer14 Well-Known Member

    Really like seeing - nice . Maybe , they can get a foot hold , and come back a bit .
  11. buckhorn

    buckhorn Well-Known Member

    I have seen one in my lifetime. I seen one Close to Old Forester in Muddy Creek.

    Cool pictures.
  12. pirogue

    pirogue Well-Known Member

    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.
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  13. ouachitamac

    ouachitamac Well-Known Member

    I see woodcock every year from prob November through late spring around creeks/river bottoms.