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 This one works - Tower Concept

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PostSubject: This one works - Tower Concept   Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:51 pm

This concept works but has not caught a HOSP yet (just a titmouse). It is not a complete concept. The final product would feature the ability to reset the trap remotely. In its present state it can trap 2 times before needing to be reset. Some of my traps are simply concepted to try other ideas as I refine my as yet to be released magnum opus.

Here is a video:


Try to list all the features you can identify happening or incorporated into this trap!

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PostSubject: Re: This one works - Tower Concept   Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:19 am

you need a female house sparrow in there not other bird
its better for percentage of trapped hosp. Then other native birds will less likely go to trap.. Basketball
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PostSubject: Re: This one works - Tower Concept   Tue Apr 12, 2011 1:44 pm

Not only that but the simple act of leaving the titmouse in there long enough to be filmed is against the FMBTA and against decent nuisance control practices. That, among other reasons, is why Mr. Cornytraps is no longer a member of this forum.
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