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ok so in talking to a farmer just south of braidwood 2 or 3 years ago ,who used to be covered with birds seem to notice that the birds have been moving more toward the river in the past 5 years. [ he is not a hunter ] and dont allow hunters . i never gave it much thought but with the trip south i just made, i noticed something. do you think the birds are moving more toward the river due to the windmills down I-55. just a thought,,, what do you think
Just read it .
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I think the season has been slow and guys will come up with any reason as to why they are having a bad year. We didn't get ducky weather and you needed to be able to be mobile to kill birds. We will have better years and worse years but we will keep doing it no matter what.
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Birds aren't at Braidwood yet. I mean the peak of migration.
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