So I'm walking down a busy sidewalk in DC and this is what I find

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  1. Mrs. Krabappel

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    Nice pic. I always thought them to be odd looking for a woodland bird. I thought they were smaller too.
     
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    What kinda bird is it?
     
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    Its a timber doodle !
     
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    Yep on the "Timberdoodle" I have a friend that has a vizsla registered to do the banding it is a hoot. We get a lot of them while grouse hunting very stinky little birds. My gsp's will point but not retrieve wc's. A lot of dogs won't retrieve them. Very dark meat (migratory) taste a little like liver. More common name is woodcock.
     
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