grey duck


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grey duck

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gray duck

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(Animals) another name for parera
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Our first hunt had been slow--only four gadwall--making us the high total for the day, only because guide Dusty Brown killed a long-range grey duck as the rest of us "were putting our guns down.
Mallards dominated the bag and the second most abundant duck in the lodge's rice fields was the resurgent grey duck.
Phil Robertson's Gadwall Drake perfectly imitates the call of the male grey duck.
The nasally dweeeeek of a drake mallard, the dink, dink-dink of a grey duck or the breathy whistle of a baldpate combined with the traditional quacks and chuckles of a Susie can be music to even the most jaded duck's ears.
Mallards may be king and pintails more majestic, but the grey duck has become a favorite target for hunters all across this nation's flyways.
Today, there are few, if any, pure grey ducks left.
A couple green-wing teal there, a half dozen grey ducks by that muskrat house, a shoveler, a couple pintails here.
As October gives way to Thanksgiving and Christmas, mallard numbers, along with pintails and, most recently, grey ducks, swell on the brackish water.
The eastern edge of the area is formed by the serpentine wanderings of the Altamaha River, as famed a waterfowler's paradise as can be found south of the Mason-Dixon, but we're not talking grey ducks here.
com) at the south end of Beaver Dam Lake, the trusty Fox dropped mallards and grey ducks on Buckingham's old hunting grounds.
Still, we managed a light strap of mallards, grey ducks and squealers.