Separate names with a comma.
chukar don't jump a lot not mine anyways
a lot depends on where you live here in the dismal swamp where I live on the ground is an impossibility
you may try raising a few chukar / quail the finished product is much nicer when the taxi controls the dispatch
most animals ARE color blind I use red lights to shoot with at night the preds I shoot never see the light I use this offers me a really easy shot
we trap hard here in va I have a small pop of pen raised "wild" birds that are making making it I stomp all possums coon and fox all trapping...
sometimes harrassing them just a little bit causes the vixen to move the pups
not for quail I run as much as I can constantly :) I turn the egg turner off for lockdown when it is straight up and down
I mostly keep a few to eat Pal / mate :) not really a breeder pheasant keepers are a strange Lot :) I am kina fond of the melanistic RN :)
this time of the year there are normally 2 a male and a vixen the pups have just dropped here a few fox being killed now are still preggos
and if you put a coupla pennines under the springs on the rat traps it kills them a lot quicker and they sometimes donot spray
fox are pretty stupid they are easy to catch you have to use the right tool though
When folks relocate them here most Farmers shoot them the next day . Glad I don't live near someone who pushes their problems off onto others
most urines ARE attractants I use fox pee and coyote pee and B'cat pee to ATTRACT predators during trapping season :)
eviction fluid works well on these , AKA as Boar gland lure catches most trap shy boars as well LOLOL
the coon I constantly capture ARE fairly stupid when Morons catch and release coon you just have to use a differant style trap to re capture them...
1.5 1.75 and # 3 coil spring traps 160-220 body grips and snares really small feed bill and I get to sleep all night in the morning a single...
the thermometer he is using is one of the cheapest wally world offers its response rate is less then desirable if you watch thus for over several...
the more places you have for a hen to hide the better the health of your avery is going to be the more agressive roos are better breeders
It does not matter I have had great hatches ( 85-95 % ) both ways