To those fortunate enough to have lived in rural America the scene is a familiar one. It's a beautiful fall evening, the fields are dry and tonight the farmer is working late to harvest the corn. Even when the sun dips completely behind the hill line he'll continue in the cool night air, operating with tractor lights which have already been turned on. The ring-necked pheasant pair watch from field's edge, keeping the rock out-crop between themselves and the noisy equipment. The farmer will complete his work tonight, and in the morning the pheasants will leave their hiding place and scour the field for their share of the harvest.
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