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That is scary. Good thing coot isn't on there!!!! :eek:
 

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I wasn't too sure myself so I sent out an email for verification.

The site did say,

Persons should avoid bare-handed contact when handling any dead animals, and use gloves or double plastic bags to place the bird carcass in a garbage bag or contact their local health department for guidance.
 

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Well, that's good but, Canada Geese and wood ducks are on the list. Are we supposed to use gloves to handle these birds after we shoot them and then throw them away? I guess I will assume that any bird that is flying this fall is healthy and it will be business as usual. Can't worry about everything these days.
 

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Very true. I just thought I'd pass the info along. I guess a pair of rubber gloves wouldn't hurt.....but who wants to be "that guy". :eek:k: :splat:
 

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I nominate you as "that guy" for this fall. Thanks Bro :poke:
 
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