h2ofowlr wrote:Lots of birds in all the fields up in NW Washington. Still a pile of them in B.C. Very mild and lots of rain. Been a decent season overal. A lot of the corn complexes are holding a ton a birds in Eastern Washington. That may be another culprit for less birds down south.
cwsmith wrote:i've been seeing birds just fine in the willamette valley.. they are definitely wary of decoys, but patternable birds. it does feel like migration is stalled as i am working the same birds every day
QH's Paw wrote:cwsmith wrote:Don't take this wrong CW but, why are your bird counts so low if you are "seeing birds just fine"?
I'm not saying there are not or, haven't been, birds, just saying their numbers, in general for these parts, have been low or non existant in comparison to previous years.webfootslayer wrote:That's been a problem for a few years now & I think its just gonna get worse as the years go on unfortunately & Cw I sure hope ur seeing birds in the valley guess that's why ur over there instead of Redmond huh. Hunting the desert is a little harder less water more pressure oh & of course its a lot colder here as well
yellowlabhunter wrote:I don't know what to say....I will say this, if someone tells me its been a great year south of the Oregon border I will smile and keep moving on.
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