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Almost had one yesterday! A Crow lit on the roof across the street, but flew just as I got outside with my camera! The word must be out among them not to get caught on a roof!!

OK, I got this one today in Northern New Jersey.. my first owl ever

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1 minute ago, IKLland said:

i don't think I can get that here, good luck everyone, as i really only get cali quail!!😀

 

1 hour ago, lonesome55dove said:

Three or more upland game birds in the same shot, can be three of the same species or mixed...

 

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3 minutes ago, Seanbirds said:

Actually, I got a glimpse of them today while hiding inside my bird blind. Couldn’t get a photo though.

 

1 minute ago, lonesome55dove said:

Oh, drat! Well, keep trying! 🙂

It helps that I know where they like to feed. :classic_biggrin:

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Do wild turkey count? If so, I’ll be going to Moose Big on Tuesday. So, if I win the lottery and get both grouse and a turkey, I’ll post it here 😉 

a flock of turkeys would be too easy for me...

 

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20 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

I've actually have had bobwhite in Oregon, I think there is a small introduced population there.

I live in South-Central Washington, about 15 miles from the WA/OR border, I think there may be some to the southeast of me in the next county but I've never seen any in Klickitat County. 🙂

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14 hours ago, Connor Cochrane said:

California Quail is your most common game bird, but there are a few others. There are Mountain Quail up in the hills of Orange County. There is also a small population of peafowl at Irvine Regional Map.

What’s a peafowl?? Are they native to North American? I haven’t heard of it?

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5 minutes ago, Connor Cochrane said:

It’s the real name of a peacock. They aren’t native, but many game birds aren’t. There’s a large feral population in LA and a few made it over to Irvine Regional Park. 

Thanks, I might hit it up this weekend. And I am going back to bolsa chica on the 18th.... and I WILL not leave until I see a mountain plover, I really want that bird....

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12 minutes ago, IKLland said:

Thanks, I might hit it up this weekend. And I am going back to bolsa chica on the 18th.... and I WILL not leave until I see a mountain plover, I really want that bird....

Theres a good chance the Mountain Plover will be gone. It's not often rarities stick around that long. Irvine Regional is definitely a good place. I'm sure you'll get some lifers.

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Just now, Connor Cochrane said:

Theres a good chance the Mountain Plover will be gone. It's not often rarities stick around that long. Irvine Regional is definitely a good place. I'm sure you'll get some lifers.

Thanks, I should probably do bolsa chica this weekend 

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