Rick Hall wrote:Dave, if you don't kill a mess of teal on that farm, I'll be flat amazed. Had a whole lot of teal fun there before Doug started leasing it out. There just aren't many anywhere, yet. But they're coming.
Lreynolds wrote:One of our wood duck banding sites in the Port Barre area went from 50 bluewings on the bait a few days ago to nearly 1,100 yesterday. They're making their way.
D Comeaux wrote:Larry, I happened to catch the "DUCKumentary" the other night on LPB. I don't think the guy interviewing you was much into ducks, was he?
Lreynolds wrote:D Comeaux wrote:Larry, I happened to catch the "DUCKumentary" the other night on LPB. I don't think the guy interviewing you was much into ducks, was he?
No, not very much. They (he and the producer) asked me what I thought of the planned discussion topics during the pledge breaks, which were focused on hunting licenses and hunter-education in 2 of the 3 segments. I suggested that since the "Duckumentary" was about the life-cycle of ducks, we should talk in one of the segments about the role Louisiana's wetland habitat plays in the migration and wintering stages of that life-cycle and what hunters and LDWF do to maintain that habitat.
But they thought that wouldn't be as interesting to their audience.
It was an interesting experience with virtually no preparation or coaching. I also kinda forgot that I was supposed to be pimping donations to LPB and not just providing information related to the program. They gave me some good-natured grief after he asked me to give the website, and I rattled off the LDWF website instead of the LPB web address where people could make pledges.
Still, the photography in that program was incredible!
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