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The Woodcock

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Woodcocks are unusual game birds, having short legs, pot bellies, large eyes, and long bills. They are actually seabirds that prefers to live in wet woodlands rather than along the seashore. Woodcocks migrate southward in the winter and spend the season in North Carolina and other southeastern states. The best places to look for the bird when hunting are young forest areas on poorly drained land and in alder thickets.
Wildlife in North Carolina (NoCar SK 431 W54x), Vol. 33 Issue 2, Feb 1969, p13-15, il