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News of the Conservation Commission meeting June 1 and 2, 2005...
 
Amongst other business, the Commission approved early migratory game bird
hunting seasons, contingent upon approval of federal season frameworks.
Season dates are:
 
Mourning Dove, Eurasian Collard Dove and White-winged Dove: Sept. 1 through
Nov. 9 (70 days); limits--12 in the aggregate daily, 24 in possession.
 
Sora and Virginia Rails: Sept. 1 through Nov. 9 (70 days); limits--25 in the
aggregate daily or in possession.
 
How many people have ever even seen one in Missouri? I've been lucky enough
to see one in Clarence, Missouri at the residence of Jenny Webb. Others have
seen them in various locations around the state. This information is
provided by me to the listserv members because it strikes me as curious that
there would even be a season on White-winged Dove in Missouri. 
 
Stay Cool!!! 
 
It's warming up again...
 
Patrick
 
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