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Coyotes VS Turkeys

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/16/2012 01:14 PM
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Coyotes VS Turkeys
The coyotes are out of control. They are eating every possible food source out there.

Down the road we had a huge flock of turkeys this summer and fall. Call me crazy but I think they are awesome to watch. We had an albino that had his own acre. Thought it was cool to see a regular colorful one hanging out with him(this fall). For those that are hunters or just watchers, it was really cool. Posiible chance they could mate and another albino or unique turke. No one would think it was ok to take that lonely (and then partnered albino). The coyotes have been howling for months... You can here them with a large brood of little ones. A month ago I had 8 wild turkeys in my yard. They find food and always follow the same path (you would understand if u ever hunted or just watched a turkey). Within 2 weeks I seen 5 and then none.

Coyotes are there own unique creature but they reek havoc and disorder. Whether you are a hunter, farmer or just a watcher the coyotes are multplying to fast. Get out your meat carcauses and put them back in order.
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11/16/2012 01:16 PM
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Re: Coyotes VS Turkeys
Just remember that coyotes are prone to running off cliffs a few feet then plummeting, or having their own anvils fall on them. It's very tragic and I suspect it has something to do with those turkeys, and another particular bird...
Oldmotherhubbard

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11/16/2012 01:20 PM
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They have a pretty hefty bounty in some counties here in VA.

Last time we turned in pelts we make a lot of money at $75 each.

I think they have since reduced or eliminated that program in that particular county now.
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thyme (OP)

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11/16/2012 01:28 PM

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I'm a watcher. My husband is a hunter.

It sucks not being able to watch or hunt.

Some people will hate what I'm going to say next.

Old leftover meat and a good gun will put the order back were it should be.
Oldmotherhubbard

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11/16/2012 01:34 PM
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We absolutely hunt, we would never survive the grocery bill if we didn't.

People think I am crazy but we eat a lot of deer, wild turkey, grouse, bear, fish. When I lived in the mountains we ate a lot of rattlesnake and turtle. (you have to know how to cook snake, turtle and bear or else you will never eat it again). I also like duck and rabbit. We eat dandelion greens too, they are so good. *sigh* I feel like I was born in the wrong era.
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thyme (OP)

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11/16/2012 01:42 PM

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OLD Mother Hubbard

I see you as a smart independent family. Everyone talks about doom. You have your shit straight.

My husbands parents taught him how to hunt all the little critters. (when I say they - dad hunted mom cleaned and cooked those lil critters)

You have it going on. Basic skills are a lost art...

Hubby has next week off. Going to talk to the farmer down the road (coyotes are a problem and a few need to go).

Have a wonderful week-end! :)
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11/16/2012 01:43 PM
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Thanks.

Hope you have a great weekend as well!
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