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Kosta 10-12-2016 07:21 PM

Trapping buzzard
Which a trapp for buzzard?how to make?and a metod or system for trapping? THANK YOU!

Kruma 09-04-2017 07:43 PM

Re: Trapping buzzard
If you are talking about the common buzzard (Buteo buteo) then I think a BC trap with a rodent as bate might work (this supposedly works for many members of genus Buteo). They also go for carrion apparently, so make of that what you will. All things considered, they probably aren't hard to trap at all. On that note, make sure you are even allowed to trap them. Also make sure they aren't breeding right now or anything.

Think about anything and everything that you could be doing wrong when considering taking a bird out of the wild. Of course, you shouldn't even consider it if it is illegal where you are.

EDIT: whoops haha, just saw this is a very old thread.

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