Owl Decoy – a good owl decoy is a real crow magnet!
With fantastic vision, the crow tends to be aggressive when other birds of prey are nearby.
Birds of prey eat the same things as crows so, therefore, it is best to deter them.
This owl decoy is has a height of 60 cm and very visible in the terrain. It has the right anger in the eyes. Experience shows that it is especially the owl’s eyes and the white chin portion that incite the crows to attack.
Experience shows that it is especially the owl’s eyes and the white chin that stirs up the crows to attack.
This quality owl decoy is made of a weather-resistant plastic material and is painted with fine details, which you can refine by glueing feathers from ducks or pheasant or fur from a rabbit or hare to the decoy.
The owl decoy has movable wings to complete the lifelike expression.
You can also use this owl decoy to scare the gulls and pigeons away from areas where they are not wanted.
Crow hunting tips:
The hunt for crows is best after sunrise when they leave the sleeping places to head for the mating areas, and again before sunset when they retreat to the sleeping places. The morning hunt can last for several hours, while the evening hunt is more concise.
If there is enough food in the area, the hunt can last all day. As mentioned, crows see exceptionally well, so a good hide is needed to get them into safe shooting teams.
Most hunters use a removable blind that is camouflaged with a camo net or the vegetation in the area. The most important thing is that the blind blends into the surroundings and is set up in good time before the hunt.
Put up the owl decoy in a tree nearby and place some dead crows with torn feathers on the ground to increase the lure effect.
Also, be sure to use a good crow call to lure flying crows.