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Waterfowl ID?

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pheasantguide  is that just a normal Swan, it looks small compared to what we see flying by?  They seem much bigger, I am not much of a water fowl guy but a trapper and they seem a lot bigger, I see a flock occasionally of 50 to 70 in some of  my beaver swamps......jk

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That is a Tundra swan, they are smaller than a Mute or Trumpeter.

 

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Yes it is a tundra. My first trip outlast to n.d. went for three weeks. I think it will be an every year thing. Absolutely loved the freedom to wake up and choose to chase pheasant and other upland or go knock down some waterfowl..check most of the time we did both before lunch.

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When I went to Nodak, we were in the extreme north part... Not many pheasants, but a pile of Sharptails. Boy are they easy...awesome for my young lab. Shot regular waterfowl ( puddlers and Divers) but shot some cackler honkers and some snows.... Sweet trip but an A$$ kicker of a drive.

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