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“Bob Taylor started building wood-duck boxes in the 1990s with his hunting buddy Richard Coleman.”
“Adopting a fish hatchery, constructing wood-duck boxes, and planting grasses for ringnecks”
“Bloomington, Ill. This central-Illinois group has installed 300 wood-duck and mallard nesting structures across the state, a project that helped two local teens attain Eagle Scout status.”
“You knew Brown was a total non-comp, a wood-duck who'd sell off the nation's gold and rob its pension funds and that pretty boy Blair was a 'how high?' man whenever you said, 'Jump!”
“You can, however, call to the ones that land out of range with a wood-duck whistle.”
“After resting awhile we proceeded on with the cart, tracing down the watercourse over a very rough and stony road on which the cart was upset, but without any serious damage, and passing several very large and fine water-holes with many teal and wood-duck upon them.”
“Essentially a Hare's Ear with long wood-duck tails and a turkey-feather back, it matches the robust natural nymphs perfectly.”
“A rotting wood-duck box on a post at the end of the cove stood as a reminder that turtles ruled this part of the pond: no chick raised in that nest had survived to adulthood in my lifetime.”
“Bronze-wing and crested pigeons here; also some beautiful parrots, black ducks, teal, whistlers, painted widgeons, and wood-duck in small number; also parakeets and quail.”
“Then the teal and the wood-duck (it took a long time to paint the wood-duck) and the spoonbill and the blue-bill and the canvasback and the goose and the brant and the loon -- all chose their paint.”
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