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(Permalink) Posted: June 06 2012,12:13   

Quote (dhogaza @ June 06 2012,11:53)
i've lived on the coast for over 30 years and in the south east all my life and i'd never heard of anything called a chachalaca.

Yes, it's real, though I had no idea it had been imported to the SE for the hunting pleasure of retarded tobacco executives :)

Chachalaca are named after their call and while primarily found in Mexico, are also native to the Rio Grande Valley in Texas.

i asked our hosts if it was something that was hunted at night with a flashlight.  :)

Snipe are actually easy to find and watch or photograph!

Nonsense.  Snipe are harder to find than chupacabra and Bigfeet (or is it Bigfoots?).  Just look online.  Lots of those, but no snipe.

Although, maybe I'm using the wrong bait.

"Just think if every species had a different genetic code We would have to eat other humans to survive.." : Joe G

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