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September 2008
Ontario Out of Doors;Sep2008, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p64
The article offers suggestions to bird hunters on woodcock hunting in Ontario. It mentions that hunters need to purchase a migratory-bird stamp and permit for shooting woodcock. It advises that reading and knowing the migratory-bird hunting regulations is important. It also informs that woodcocks are small targets, but take surprisingly few lead pellets to bring them down.


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