grannysoo":t4f0ka8s said:It's getting more common for me. The important thing about bringing them back is to make sure they have the proper habitat.
jkwilson":chctki76 said:Picture a beautiful spring morning in the middle of calving season. Me getting up, grabbing the first cup of coffee, and quietly slipping out of the house to check the cows. Plenty of moon in the predawn to see without a light, and I quietly slip through the fresh, green grass painted with frost. As I listen to the contented sound of the cows chewing their cud, calves nursing and the birds getting ready to greet the sunrise, A DANGED QUAIL BLOWS UP RIGHT UNDER MY FEET AND SCARES THE LIVING CRAP OUT OF ME :shock: :lol2:
Happens at least once a year, and I'm starting to develop a nervous tick when I walk through the pasture in the dark. Then they mock me with their song for the rest of the summer.