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I am no expert. We hunt Saskatchewan every other year and have shot many, many snows, blues, specks, Can's. From my experience, that is most definetly a juvie blue. The white patch you see is a normal process where it's entire head will turn white. Many hunters refer to mature snows as an "Eagle Head". 2c BC

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Also looks like some old hen mallard in there.

Good catch on the mallard cross but would think an eye as observant as yours could id that lone feather as that of a drake.

Now what do the interweb wardens say about that? Count toward goose limit or duck limit? Add one to each? How about if the mallard was leucistic? Probably done for the season.


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I gotta go with cougar on this one. Again, that long tail is hidden behind the hind leg! wink

My first thought was Brandt, although I haven't actually seen one up close.

And what's up with the guy making jabs about it being shot? Geez, gimme a break. Flock of geese overhead...It happens.

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