timberdoodle


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timberdoodle

(ˈtɪmbəˌduːdəl)
n
(Animals) a North American woodcock which has pinkish legs and a straight beak
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There are still some good choices out there, including NAP's Center Rest Flipper, Arizona Archery Enterprises' Free Flyte series and Bodoodle's TimberDoodle.
Improving upon the original Timberdoodle rest, the newer version comes with more than one inch of vertical adjustment for easier tuning on more bows.
After I read it, I scouted out mud puddles on my property and stumbled upon this timberdoodle.
2) The Timberdoodle Company suggests previewing Henty's novels to excise the "occasional derogatory term," though most sites and columns take no issue with Henry's politics.
It's appropriate that my fellow hunters' dollars have over many years purchased the vast majority of safeguarded, critical woodcock habitat from Maine to Louisiana, to insure that the timberdoodle will continue to survive and enrich our days in the forest.
A do-what-it-takes attitude toward working with customers is what brought Timberdoodle to the WOOD 100 list this year.
Its peculiar appearance and habits have given the woodcock a passel of nicknames: bog-borer, big-eyes, mud bat, wood snipe, night partridge and timberdoodle.
Examples would be our Timberdoodle model, which is specifically designed for finger shooters, and our high performance PRO-500 tournament class rest.
Timberdoodle hunters may want to hunt during mid-day in order to avoid the times most preferred by archery deer hunters.
The woodcock's odd appearance has inspired many local names like timberdoodle, bog sucker, mud bat, mud snipe and Labrador twister.
Good sources for information on American woodcock are timberdoodle.