Im hearing from friends and reading online similar, although I feel it’s common this time of year. Hasn’t been too many hard frosts, or windy days which mean lots of leaves and golden rod still standing making visibility tough. Need some good cold to pull them in the roads too. Last week was warm and rainy in lots of areas. I think it will turn around, but it was really wet so if the theory of less birds due to wet spring is true, population may be down.anyone have any comments on the partridge population? very early to tell but have talked to a few hunters and not a lot of birds seen yet.
I think it’s for several reasons, but I’m no expert.so i'm curious ..what brings the birds out into the dirt roads is is the pebbles for there gullet ? , I have heard after a good hard frost! they really hit the roads ..heading up to Aroostook end of the week to hang out with brother in law while he moose hunts going to do a little casual bird hunting to kill some time ..will be in the Caswell ,Stockholm area ,hell i don't know what i'm doing but maybe I'll kill a few by accident
When I say wow, I mean no friggen trees.That’s what I’m talking about. Way to go