First One of the Year

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First One of the Year

Postby PorkChop » Wed Jun 21, 2023 8:33 am

Well I have been smelling one and spotted one but it’s been eluding me for a couple weeks so I didn’t wanna take any chances trying to get a video of it and have it get away again. One less egg eater up here in the prairie potholes. He was about 60 yards from a pothole so I’m guessing he was looking for eggs. I was downwind when I shot him so I am a little smellier than normal!

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Re: First One of the Year

Postby Duck Engr » Wed Jun 21, 2023 8:34 am

Keep up the good fight!
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Re: First One of the Year

Postby Deltaman » Wed Jun 21, 2023 1:07 pm

Good Yob!!!!!!!
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Re: First One of the Year

Postby Ricky Spanish » Fri Jun 23, 2023 6:04 am

Skunks eat bees.
This is why you put hive on top of two cinder blocks. The 8 inch height forces the Skunk to work by standing on its rear feet and it gets stung in the armpits. Ouch.

How it works: the Skunk scratches on the hive entrance and eats the guard bees.
If you smell Skunk around bee hives plan on extremely pissed off bees and don't wear black fuzzy clothing because...
Skunks eat honeybees.
Sure they eat eggs too but possums do too.
You going possum commander on us now?.
Assateague was the site exterminator until he left.

Kill them all. Looks like you got pepe.
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