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A dove flies low over the water, past a bird already downed.
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Michael Pearce / The Wichita Eagle
Amber Stimatze hands more shells to Trey Turner.
Amber Stimatze retrieves one of 15 doves she shot Sunday evening.
Doves coming to an Edward's County waterhole.
Practicing on clay targets.
Trey Turner and Amber Stimatze count doves as the sun sets.
Amber Stimatze watches for doves.
Bill Eberhardt helps his young son, Ethan, try to break a clay target.
Tom Turner throws clay targets for young hunters before heading to the dove ponds.
Trey Turner swings on a dove over an Edward's County waterhole. He and two others easily shot limits of 15 per person.
Tom Turner, right, Bill Eberhardt and Tyler Turner dig into picnic food on Sunday's opening of dove season.
Tom Turner, right, throws clay targets for young hunters before heading to the dove ponds.
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