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Creating the habitat
The beginnings of a  permanent release site.

The site should provide clean, non-stagnant water for the released birds.

A six foot high fence of welded wire should be installed around the release pond including the preening and feeding area.

 ISOLATION CLOTH should be attached to completely cover this fence, with only small peep holes for checking on your birds. This will visually isolate the birds from human contact


for visually screening your release area. Ultraviolet light resistant for long life, comes in Army Green, tough long lived material.
 $252.00 per 300 foot roll plus freight


create your own cover

Jim Hills standing in a mature Japanese millet field ,pointing at a duck blind obscured by planted Egyptian wheat

Duck food

Frost rice planted in a flooded impoundment




in an upland field in pine timber waterfowl area on Frost's Ingleside Plantation demonstration area


in a coastal South Carolina rice field located on Frost's Ingleside plantation demonstration area



Landing zone

Bushogged in heavy natural cover. moist soil managed, see blind in background brushed with natural cover



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