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Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Butler / Moshannon Pa
I killed one with a .22 mag, probably 20 years ago. Last day, snow on the ground. I knew a flock was roosting on a river hillside, almost on the top. I waited, they showed up near dark. Watching them feed, I had to time the shot when the head and neck went down to the ground. They scratch with one leg, scratch with the other leg, take a step back, then poke their heads to the ground to see what they scratched up. I watched, got ready, and when the bird stepped backwards, I was ready to shoot.