Spotting Mallards and Blue Wings: A Morning of Bird Watching in the Appalachian Wilderness

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  • David's avatar

    I will be trying some duckhunting for the first time this year… I cannot wait!

  • Turbo's avatar

    Teals are a beautiful birds.....congrats bud!!! 👊🤠👍

  • Appalachian's avatar

    @David it's a bad habit

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    @Turbo Sure are, only get into the blues every once in a while round here

  • David's avatar

    @Appalachian well, I’ll add it to the list of other bad habits… lol.. Still trying to figure out the “how” without a dog…I have 5 dogs, none of which want to have anything to do with water… So it looks like it will be the kayak to retrieve…

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    @David I've been going many years without a dog, haven't needed one yet. Waders, fishing pole or kayak have gotten me my birds

  • David's avatar

    @Appalachian fishing pole is a great idea for retrieval👍👍

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