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Turkeys/Birds

Congratulations to Michael Wittich of St Charles, MO, the winner of our June photo contest and the recipient of a brand new Cuddeback camera! His photo, Too Many Beards, won with 59.1% of the votes.

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Too Many Beards

59.1 %


Michael Wittich
St Charles, MO


In this woods, “longbeard” doesn’t just apply to the gobblers!


Feathered Food Fight

16.3 %


Kenneth Luckstead
Monticello, IA


If there is one thing worth fighting for it’s a frozen deer carcass!


Tic. Tac. Toe.

12.3 %


joe reilly
stoughton, WI


Tic Tac Toe Three (gorgeous male wood ducks in full spring plumage) in a row.


The Eagle Has Landed

6.7 %


BRANDON NASH
weeping Water, NE


A great perspective of our magnificent national symbol descending for dinner.


Beak to Nose

1.9 %


Howard Wohlgefahrt
franksville, WI


This battle lasted three minutes, the hen wood duck prevailed and the hatch was a success!


The Victor

1.3 %


brian hutcherson
denton, TX


This big tom, in spite of being singled out as the bird of choice, managed to avoid shotgun range all season long.


The Birds

0.6 %


Scott Mittelstadt
Mayville, WI


Alfred Hitchcock would be proud of this stream of migrating black birds weaving their way through the woods.


The Drummer Boy

0.5 %


Gary Kraszewski
Green Bay, WI


You can just hear the beat of this Wisconsin ruffed grouse as he does his thing on the drumming log.


What's For Dinner?

0.5 %


Dominic Izzo
The Woodlands, TX


As this great photo of a successful hunt shows, in the wild, everything is fair game.


Headless in Illinois

0.4 %


Kaleb McCarville
Murphysboro, IL


This strutting tom turkey appears to be missing something!


Bad Blood

0.2 %


Brooke Beason
Blanchard , LA


There seems to be some real bad blood between these two male cardinals.


The Scavenger

0.2 %


Anthony Ferrara
Rochester, NY


This opportunistic bird has it all figured out. What better place to find some ticks for dinner than off the back of a deer?



 

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