This is a discussion on Crows protected within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by HotGuns
The best way to lure them in to get a wounded one and tie him to a peg with about 8 ...
November 30th, 2007 12:55 PM
Sounds cruel to me. As a responsible hunter, I implore you to simply put it down. Using it as live bait is downright mean, and I'm betting a game warden would get up in your face if they saw you doing that. I don't think there is anything cool about letting any animal suffer, especially if poor shooting is the reason it is injured and not dead.
Originally Posted by HotGuns
You do know that decoys that do the same thing are readily available?
A man in the hands of his enemies is flesh, and shudderingly vulnerable. - author unknown
December 1st, 2007 03:15 AM
If you have so many crows, then you need to encourage people to provide habitat for Eagles, Hawks, and falcons. Crows overbreed if there aren't enough natural predators around. Fire blanks in your shotguns to drive them away, make them gun shy. Get a lot of large cats, like Maine coon cats. My cats, and the Eagles and hawks, as well as the coyotes help keep the crow and goose population down in my area.
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