I'm on approx 20 acres and I mow about 3 acres, the rest is wooded and parie grass. My property backs up to the Shawnee national forest in southern IL and I have no control other than a shot gun as to what animals wonder out of the forest onto my property.
I really want for my burbon Reds to have free range of the property without becoming a meal for a preditor. From what I've been reading they need a familiar "safe" place with food and water and roost for the night. If I don't build them something I'm sure they will find a tree to roost in at night as I've seen many wild turkey roost in my trees.
What would you build for these burbon Reds for a "safe place" to escape - with food and water and to roost at night? Would it best to close them up for the night?
Edited by crealbilly - 3/29/16 at 7:18pm