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Spent most of the afternoon & early evening transplanting tules on a unit at Lower Klamath. I've got 2 units that I will be adding tules to so that there will be hunter cover - hopefully some this year and pretty good patches the following season. If I had 3 guys I could get enough tules transplanted that these units would have some good cover this year. Problem is up here nobody wants to do "manual labor" - with all the volunteers up here you'd thing it would be no problem, but everybody wants to play tractor operator. Currently Sheepy is still draining so there isn't a lot to do except the tule transplants and watch a ton of molting ducks. Just starting to see duck broods - might not be a bad idea starting the OR and NE CA seasons the 11th to give the yellow puffballs a chance to color up.