Cruising around S.W. Alberta this week I spotted a covey of Hungarian Partridge on the edge of a barley field ,then walked them up .Twelve good sized birds got flushed and headed in the middle of the field . Impressive , considering I was not in primo Hun Country .Although a wet spring on The Canadian Prairies ,it did stop raining at the crucial time or nesting season which is towards the end of June and into early July.Then it heated up which brings on the Grasshoppers , the major food source for our young little Hun -Chicks. This all leads me to believe we should see an increase in the Hun population throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan .Reports are also good out at our Bird Camp . I am stoked ,are you ?