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Ringneck - 1 Pic #13910159 06/18/19
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Did a little trout fishing this last weekend and Cookie came along mostly to capture some bird pics. Drifting along in a light breeze, we were able to get quite close. Lots of pairs, but saw no youngsters.

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Re: Ringneck - 1 Pic [Re: 1minute] #13910234 06/19/19
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Sweet!

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great pic, probably our second most taken bird in Ga behind the woodduck

Re: Ringneck - 1 Pic [Re: 1minute] #13910533 06/19/19
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Nice picture of that beautiful Rongneck. I shot one in Arkansas several years ago.

Re: Ringneck - 1 Pic [Re: wilkeshunter] #13910925 06/19/19
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Thanks. Will pass along to Cookie. Tons of marsh around us in S.E. Oregon, but rare for us to see one. Quite plentiful though around the edges of the deeper waters of the central Oregon lakes. Know nothing of their habits, however.


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Re: Ringneck - 1 Pic [Re: 1minute] #13914522 06/20/19
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Awesome Photo!


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Re: Ringneck - 1 Pic [Re: 1minute] #13918876 06/22/19
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Great pic!


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Re: Ringneck - 1 Pic [Re: 1minute] #13993939 07/22/19
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Awesome picture


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I just got into duck hunting a few years ago. Shot a couple of these in Kansas and then a few weeks later was in central Texas on a farm pond, had to be 100 of them came in and landed at first light. Shot a wood duck at legal shooting time, then over about an hour finished the limit out with Ringnecks. They just kept coming back in, shoot a couple shells, they'd leave, then here comes 4 or 5 more. They really are a pretty bird.

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yes, great photo. their Cajun nickname is "blackjack", or if you get really far in (say Ville Platte or Gueydan) you might even hear "jackblack"

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gorg pic... for a few years in the 90's I was killing a bunch of federal banded ones each year in addition to the normal bag.


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great pic

Originally Posted by 1minute
Did a little trout fishing this last weekend and Cookie came along mostly to capture some bird pics. Drifting along in a light breeze, we were able to get quite close. Lots of pairs, but saw no youngsters.

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Have a good one,


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