While I sit at work, bored out of my mind, I figured I would begin to solve the worlds problems. Lets begin with the reject of the waterfowl community, the pooldo (yes, its probably misspelled). How do pooldo migrate south for the winter. If any of you have seen these birds fly, you probably realized that they have the coordination of a newborn giraffe. I don't think they have the ability, or agility, to "fly" south for the winter. I was just wondering if anyone has seen any massive rafts of pooldo floating down the river, or if any bowhunters have witnessed an early season land migration? I can just picture thousands of pooldo walking under my stand in early October. Any input on this subject would be greatly appreciated.