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Re: pigeons [Re: rick brocious] #7051893
11/16/20 01:04 PM
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I have seen them hunting sparrow in the Walmart Garden area before.


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Re: pigeons [Re: Bob Jameson] #7059871
11/23/20 02:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
I made decoys out of plywood painted them all various colors. Screwed them on a 1" perch and some on the cage floor. I have some in the feeding position some on the elevated perched position. Pre bait the cage for a week or so wire up the bobbins to give them easy in and out access. Once they are conditioned re activate the bobbins. You should be good then.

We use oyster mash mixed in with our cracked corn. That combo works well for us over the years.


We use the same except for whole kernel corn. We've found that the cracked corn too often draws grackles and doves.


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