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Pintail ducks can usually be identified by shape alone – thin bills that curve up to a round head, long neck, slender body, and a

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Sandhill Cranes

A tall, gray bird, the Sandhill Crane prefers open grasslands, meadows, and wetlands and congregates in huge numbers in migration. They do not hunt in

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Snow Geese

Completely white except for black tips on their wings, snow geese are famous for flying in their high altitude long diagonal lines or V-formations and

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Ruffed Grouse

The Ruffed Grouse is a popular upland game bird of medium size and is recognized by it’s brown, gray, white, and black plumage – this

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Birdtail Waterfowl Covid blog

Birdtail Waterfowl takes to the cranes once again
After 10 long hours of scouting for new Sandhill populations, we came to the conclusion on why we hunt ***Crane Land***. Ample large deep water bodies equal crane volume, seems very logical but seeing is believing. Small shallow water bodies equal marginal huntable pockets of cranes.
We like the volume – mission complete.
Fun hunt with the Governor, local Mayor and son.
Paul Conchâtre Manitoba Hunter and Outfitter
Birdtail Waterfowl Inc.

Paul Conchatre

28 Turcotte Cove
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3R 3V9

+1 (204) 294 2694

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