Predator behavior

HeatherKellyB

Crowing
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I have admired your set up since the first time I saw it. Didn't you have a fox that kept visiting and was on video several nights? It seems like you got an owl whenever you were trying to catch the fox. Am I remembering correctly? Please overlook me if I'm mixed up. I have several folks that I follow and I always try to learn from and I know that you're one of them
 

cmom

Hilltop Farm
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Nov 18, 2007
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I have had foxes visit day and night. I have caught a couple that killed some of my birds. I eliminated them but have seen more fox since. Originally I set leg traps but more and more people are dividing their land and selling parcels and more and more people are buying and building. At one time many years ago we were the last house on the main road but now more and more homes have been built so now I'm using live traps. I do bait them and let the predators take the bait for a few days then set the traps. I have caught quite a few critters this way.
 

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