Since folks have enjoyed the chukar posts, I thought it worthwhile to start a pictorial tribute to chukars, wild country, sweat, sore knees, and the lofty and often windy heights associated with "the devil bird".
Heaven knows there are no truly easy chukars, not that don't come from a pen anyway. Even during those rare events when chukars are caught off guard at the base of a mountain, there is still the matter of placing a pattern on an intercept course with rapidly escaping birds. Chukars feel absolutely no impetus to aid us in our efforts and always challenge the best of us.
Thankfully, many of us have capable canine companions when we come up slightly short in that effort. They deserve much credit and honor as well.
Without further delay, I give you the "chukar life".
Last edited by WyoChukar on Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:45 pm; edited 1 time in total _________________ Only catch snowflakes on your tongue AFTER the birds fly south for the winter...
That tenaja on the cliff band is wild. It is interesting to spend time roaming country that others just discount as ''nothing''. There are so many wonderful curiosities around every corner. PS is that a red heeler mix?
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