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...and mallards, and teal. But shovelers/spoonbills, mergansers- not even sauerkraut can salvage them.

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Man wood duck is awsome eating...

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Grilled antelope chops, red potatoes (rosemary?), some kinda veggie, and my (Mr.'s) favorite......

poontang pie for dessert. Mmmm, hot, sweet and juicy...

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Well M, tomorrow night Mrs Treat is roasting a couple wood ducks for dinner. I'll tell you right now they are much easier to eat than the plastic ducks you get at walmart. (WEG back at ya)

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"mourning dove" is primarily what we have in my area. They don't look, act or eat like an old barn pigeon which again is what we call the pigeons in my area. Although I don't hunt them very often, we do enjoy them on occasion.

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Ahh, kinda like bird veal...?

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squab,,(VERY YOUNG) before they are fully featherd,They say its fine eating,but we have never had them..

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Not sure about turtle doves- we've never eaten them, but mourning doves are most definitely good to eat. The ones we've had (wild) have both light and dark meat in the breast.

Never had pigeon, so can't say what that's like. We know pigeon is referred to as squab. Not sure if it's a specific type, age, etc. though of pigeon that makes it be referred to as squab.

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Lol dove is a wild game bird, Morning,White wing,ring neck, and of course turtle dove, I dont shoot turtle doves they are small and cute. I am actualy making another hunt tomorow in the same cut bean field i love it ,,it is about 2 10'ths of a mile from my house,and is full of birds(DOVE MORNING).. I dress jump on my rubicon and go woohoooo...

tonight we are having rolled grape leaves(lebanese) pork roast,silced tomatoes and cucumbers,Dinner rolls..

M.

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well Treat there is the "mourning dove" that is a wild game bird.

now that adds a little more to a bit of confusion. lol

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