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Who knows the name of the man that was "given credit" in the U.S. for being the 1st person to band birds?
Take a youngster hunting today instead of taking him to rehab tomorrow.
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Not sure about in the us, but check this link out http://www.jackminer.com
My brother and another friend killed two of his (family's) banded birds.
I'd rather be hunting.
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If I remember right John James Audubon had tied silver thread on a leg of warblers and in subsequent years either recaptured them or at least saw them again. This is technically banding birds which would put the date in the 19th century.
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I believe your right King. I might decide here in a few mins to go check it out to make sure... or let someone else do it for me... :mrgreen:
The life cycle of a hunter... hunt, eat, sleep if there is time, then go hunt again.
Chuck Norris doesn't go hunting, becasue hunting infers the possibility of failure. Rather, Chuck Norris goes killing.
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we got a goose the other day with a neck collar that was orange with white lettering. where would that bird have come from?
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