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400 plus per year
After ten years of service at an average of 400 plus sparrows per year, I need a new one. I love the trap and wish I could find one exclusively for starlings too.
The trap design is ingenious! We can appreciate the amount of work & time that goes into making these and consider your price very reasonable. Thanks for a great trap and the quick shipping.
I have eight bluebird boxes on my property that use to add 20 to 30 young bluebirds a season. However, in the last couple of years, the sparrows have taken over the boxes even though I have placed sparrow guards on the boxes. The worse thing was finding dead bluebirds in the boxes. It was impossible to control the sparrows. However, there is hope. Following your instructions I placed a trap out on Sunday; by Wednesday I have already caught 16 sparrows and not one native species. You have a great product. Thank you.
Thanks. I bought 4 traps from you last spring and trapped over 3000 in 3 months. I gave those traps to a neighbor who’s losing more chicken feed than his chickens can eat. So I need these for me. Great traps!
A Sparrow Vacuum
Blaine – Unbelievable – 13 more today! You should call this the ‘sparrow magnet’ – or the ‘sparrow vacuum – amazing – never would have believed it. Thanks again.
Up to 107 sparrows trapped since we bought your trap in December 2013.
All that I can say is THANKS……. Martin colony, jays, cards, and native sparrows in North Texas are much happier this year. Have caught 150 plus sparrows since March when I purchased the trap and they keep coming in. an Ingenious design that keeps working 24/7. The darn thing is worth its weight in gold.
I purchased one of your traps back in March and had it out for a while with no results. I put it in my shed out of the rain/bad weather for a few weeks. I’ve since built a covered-platform feeder and have it set out next to the shed. Within a few feet behind it, on half concrete blocks and a piece of plywood, sits the trap. Just today, 4/27/08, I caught two male sparrows. One had gotten caught while I was in the house. The second, I couldn’t believe, was caught when I was working maybe 30 or 40 ft away, covering seedlings for frost warning tonight. There was one bird in the trap when I started, and two when I finished.
An update Blaine. From 11/6/5 to today, 1/18/6 I’ve removed 478 HOSP! 288 males and 190 females. Amazing!.