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Starling/sparrow trap?? #6125177
01/14/18 11:16 PM
01/14/18 11:16 PM
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central Illinois
yoteguts Offline OP
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yoteguts  Offline OP
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Looking for a good repeating trap for starlings and sparrows. Prefer an all metal design. What do you guys find to be most effective? Thanks guys.




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Re: Starling/sparrow trap?? [Re: yoteguts] #6125233
01/15/18 12:02 AM
01/15/18 12:02 AM
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Haven't found a good yet Rob...still searching.

Re: Starling/sparrow trap?? [Re: yoteguts] #6125294
01/15/18 12:44 AM
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Central IA
TRapper Offline
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Bird barrier trap door trap i have caught several sparrows and couple starlings in so far...

Re: Starling/sparrow trap?? [Re: yoteguts] #6125403
01/15/18 01:32 AM
01/15/18 01:32 AM
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Josh I'm looking for a trap that'll catch more than just a few....have used two different models both expensive and bulky...not impressed.

Re: Starling/sparrow trap?? [Re: yoteguts] #6125671
01/15/18 05:46 AM
01/15/18 05:46 AM
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Central IA
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I like it but it is a one bird per trap set kind. Its best application is where 1 bird is isolated inside a store or enclosed area. With the bird sounds i usually can catch the bird overnight when placed near its flight path that i observe

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