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Woodcock or snipe ? How about the long legged one to the right ? Lesser yellow legs ? 830854e9f88c56bdaee17161dec93a41.jpg

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Snopes....

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39 minutes ago, turkeyfeathers said:

Sweet. Going back at dark with a burlap sack and flashlight to catch some. 

Send Biz....

The one on the right is proper proportions for a lesser yellowlegs..

The flock is definitely not woodcock,,, Legs seen a little long for snipe and I have never seen them flocked like that...Usually this time of the year they are circling overhead  marking their territory... Wish I could study them through my binocs..

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Sandpipers 

Solitary Sandpiper | Audubon Field Guide

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To Err is Human - To Forgive Divine 

Neither of which is Marine Corps Policy !

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Timberdoodle....not really but I thought that should be a guess!


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This reminds me of a story...

My friend John was on a moose hunt in northern Ontario..His guide was a crusty old guy named Ernie, who had been involved in eighty-some moose kills...

Putting up a lake in a little outboard on their way to camp,, a duck landed near them...

John, who loves to talk and is interested in everything, said " Ernie,  what kind of a duck is that ? "

Ernie, who had lived in the bush all his life but neither knew nor cared anything about ducks, replied....

" John....That is a Great Canadian ****ing Duck  ".... True story....

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7 hours ago, turkeyfeathers said:

 

How about the long legged one to the right ?

 

That's Elliot, he's a little off, we don't talk about him. 

 

 

I think the beak is too short to be a Snipe, and too long and flat to be a Rail.   I'm un-identifying. 

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Timberdoodle....not really but I thought that should be a guess!


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Woodcock or snipe ? How about the long legged one to the right ? Lesser yellow legs ? 830854e9f88c56bdaee17161dec93a41.jpg&key=76bdd8f7b4e9db6afa8cde428698d378a7ea99235e5d0e7f0e0ce47cbf939ebd
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Obviously they are Cornish Game Hens. Quite delicious but you need to eat the whole flock in order to have a nice dinner

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Obviously they are Cornish Game Hens. Quite delicious but you need to eat the whole flock in order to have a nice dinner

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Spot on. Cornish Game Hens are a staple on Easter and for many years Xmas as well. What a phenomenal meal for each person to have their chicken


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