Like 44 slugs whizzing by in old-day Tombstone, this episode potentially packs real wallop. Arizona’s Migratory Game Bird Coordinator, John Odell, and Ramsey have hung their waders to dry and continue building on last week’s fascinating episode, exploring a variety of topics. Their conversation eventually stumbles into the kitchen, where the grease gets hot. Whether squirrels or green-winged teal, what’s small game hunting’s significance in the great scheme of things? Has the grocery supply chain affected American taste buds, our interest or abilities in cooking wild game? How might 9/11 have cultivated a strong cooking ethic among newer hunters? In managing migratory game birds such as waterfowl, what makes the Pacific Flyway unique among US Flyways? And are the guiding hands of migratory bird management scientific or political? Odell is a great storyteller, and his perspectives are highly informed and interesting. Pull up a chair, tuck a napkin in your collar and get ready to sink your teeth into another great episode on Duck Season Somewhere as the 2020 North American Tour winds through Arizona.