[Tweeters] Pheasants near Mason Lake in Mason County
birder4184 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 2 08:33:33 PST 2015
Thanks for pointing this out Mary. Comment and a question. Last year at Eide Road I heard and then saw a beautiful male Pheasant about 5 minutes after see a release truck leave the parking lot as I pulled in and wondered how often I had countef released birds. Which leads to the question "which Pheasants are real?" Is it geography? Timing? Pheasants in Washington are an "introduced" species like many other gallinaceous birds. What/where are our stable sustaining Pheasant populations?
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From:"mary hrudkaj" <mch1096 at hotmail.com>
Date:Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 7:15 AM
Subject:[Tweeters] Pheasants near Mason Lake in Mason County
Most of the pheasants around Mason Lake and anywhere along Hwy 3 between Allyn and Shelton are released birds. I have a neighbor who volunteers with the Nat. Resources folks who release pheasants in that area each fall. Just a couple weeks ago he gave me a tail feather as a souvenir.
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