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PostSubject: Ryan's first trap became a deadfall   Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:00 pm

Well I took the bottom screen off and used it as a sort of dead fall. You know the type, one end of the box is propped up and you pull whatever is propping it up away to set the trap.

Well after a long frustrating struggle we captured 2 at one time, a male and a female. They were both killed on impact as opposed to being trapped alive, but that just saves me some hassle. My worries were right though, no setting this trap when other birds are under it. The good thing is that if you want males (which I did) you can wait for males. Video coming soon!
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