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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-03-2018, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Roosters Crowing!

We were taking a Cub Scout Troop on a nature jaunt in South East Pa. and were delighted to hear four different pheasants crowing. Tried to get close so the kids could see them, but that wasn't happening. Great to hear!
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I've heard the turkey and grouse already !
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It was more like "cauk CAUK " !
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Here you go! But turn the volume down or the pups will go nuts!
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hearing roosters crowing is one of the best sounds to hear right behind turkeys gobbling ,deer grunting ,bears growling ,grouse drumming and squirrels barking and beagles bawling chasing waskly rabbits
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hearing roosters crowing is one of the best sounds to hear right behind turkeys gobbling ,deer grunting ,bears growling ,grouse drumming and squirrels barking and beagles bawling chasing waskly rabbits
They are all great for sure! But I'm not sure the crowing roosters are behind them!
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Heard a couple more today while fishing. Anyone else hearing any ?
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post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-15-2018, 07:02 PM
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I didn't hear him crow but I did see a nice colorful rooster pheasant while driving a rural road south of Meadville, PA yesterday. I'm assuming that he was last years stockie that made it thru the winter. While technically a stocked bird, this must be one tough, wily rooster He was about 1/2 mile from a Game Lands that gets birds. Probably out cruising for a date. I hope he finds one. We don't see many hold overs up here in NW PA.
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