I'm continually impressed with the photos & video captured & shared by the people that love nature, waterfowl & waterfowl hunting. I'm fortunate enough 2 get 2 hunt flooded corn in the Mississippi Flyway & see some pretty neat stuff. An array of various ducks & geese, as well as ocassional deer, eagles, owls & turkeys (besides the ones in the blind with me : ).
The one piece of video (or even still photos) that I would LOVE 2 SEE is of ducks eating standing corn in a natural environment. It amazes me the way you can fold back a husk after birds have been using an area & see a virtually perfectly picked cob & I mean picked'R clean!! Possibly the only images I've even seen that attempted 2 show how they do it is an old Daffy Duck cartoon.
Thus, if any of ya out there have such footage or photos please share! THANKS