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Turkey? I guess so. If this is for the hunting forum, I would think Turkey would deserve a "special" place, though...

Pheasant

Hungarian partridge

Chukar

Ruffed Grouse

Spruce Grouse

Sage Grouse

Bobwhite Quail

California Quail

Mountain Quail

Mourning Dove

Scaled Quail

Woodcock

All upland game birds...

TIGHT LINES, YA'LL

 

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According to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife website, by adding pheasant to your list, you'll have included all birds they consider to be non-migratory "upland" game birds.

Here's their "upland" list of webless migratory game birds for Oklahoma. (Mourning, White-winged and Eurasian Collared Doves, Sandhill Crane, Sora and Virginia Rail, Purple Gallinule and Common Moorhen, Woodcock, Common Snipe).

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I would think Turkey would deserve a "special" place, though...

I agree with that, I think they have evolved on to a level with deer.

My own thinking would be that the listing would probably be

Turkey

Quail

Pheasant

Other Upland Birds

Ducks and Geese

Other Migratory birds

Today's release is tomorrows gift to another fisherman.

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Lunch? :D

:lol::lol::lol:

;)

You betcha, Dano...

TIGHT LINES, YA'LL

 

"There he stands, draped in more equipment than a telephone lineman, trying to outwit an organism with a brain no bigger than a breadcrumb, and getting licked in the process." - Paul O’Neil

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