How do you make a bird trap?

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To make a bird trap you will need a bird or animal cage that has a swinging door attached to it, a twine shallow dish and some birdseed. You also need a good location. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4829151_bird-trap.html
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Make a bird trap from an old birdcage. Set it down on the ground, and add a bowl of birdseed inside. Attach a string to the door, so when the bird flies in to feed, you can snap the
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Place the birdcage or other animal cage on the grass with the door open, facing the sky. Place a shallow dish of birdseed on top of the cage. Once you see the bird you would like
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ok first you get a 12 inch stick a 5 inch stick then you get a string about 15 inches then a 1/4 pound rock . first you get the rock and tie it to the string make a 10 inch loop in
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How to Make a Bird Trap
If you have lost your beloved pet bird or are having trouble with a specific bird ruining your garden, a humane bird trap is a good way to get a bird out of one space and into another. Although there are plenty of bird traps available for purchase on the... More »
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