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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You've got to love a bird with monikers such as timberdoodle and bogsucker.
The coin-finished receiver is adorned with extensive scroll engraving that is perfectly executed with game scenes and birds on the action; grouse on the sides, and a flushing timberdoodle on the bottom.
Deep snows and frozen ground this year have postponed our annual early spring rendezvous with the "timberdoodle.'' They're mostly still far to our south, probing soft, basic soils which their long bills can readily penetrate.
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. I assume this is a male as it was in fluff mode.
(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.
Other catalogs I use are from Greenleaf Press (www.greenleaf press.com) and Timberdoodle (www.timberdoodle.com).
The woodcock or the 'timberdoodle' as it is known in America is a truly fascinating bird.
In "What's to Become of the Timberdoodle?" ["American Heritage," June/July 2001], you mistakenly suggest that hunting has little impact on woodcock populations.
The "timberdoodle" is a challenging target, flushing explosively straight up, then veering off erratically, zigzagging through the poplars.