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I just got an e-mail from my wife's cousin who I hunted with last year in MS. He is starting grad school in southern Illinois, studying the spring migration patterns of ducks. The school is supplying him with a permit, heavishot, and a boat to go and "collect" 50 specimens of female mallards, bw teal, ringnecks, and a few other species. It must suck. He is supposed to be examining their stomach contents or something like that, but regardless he is getting to duck hunt now! :salude: I'm jealous :pissed:
 

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man, i couldn't ever be that lucky. i was usually assigned what i had to do projects on and it was, more times that not, nothing i had any interest in.
 

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:withstupid: I think most of us fell into that catagory. :thumbsdown:
 

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I did my science fair project once on techniques and lure presentation on large mouth bass. Got 3rd place, I guess the judge was a outdoorsman. :thumbsup:
 

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I raised Bobwhite Quail for a school project. :thumbsup:
 

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I measured the lasting affect of removing 1 or both ovaries of female rats over a 4 week period.

1. Sergically removed ovaries
2. Wait 4 weeks and care for rats
3. Gas them in a plastic bag with CO2
4. Cut them open and see the effects.

Pretty nasty rats really stink! Much worse than a cadaver.

I would much rather do the duck killing
 

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I don't know why they have to shoot hens. I guess they are only studying hens. He didn't give me the class syllabus.
 
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