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Discussion in 'Hunters Rights Forum' started by lanthanide, Dec 11, 2014.
Blackbirds are protected? Uh oh.
Yes, they are considered a song bird. But there are so many of them no one really gives a rip how many you shoot.
Even with lead shot?
I certainly don't, but I hear tell there are people around who would not be happy if someone did something like that
game wardens do, especially the federal ones
Most state wardens just don't see things. As for the Feds we have I think one or 2 in the whole state so I doubt very seriously people have much to worry about in my home state. They are a major pest everywhere and can transmit various nasty things via their droppings.
The use those propane cannons around here to keep them from roosting.
They transmit hostoplasmosis. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/histoplasmosis/basics/definition/con-20026585
I don't like to waste shells on them but I have seen them killed.
Jones wrote me a ticket once for shooting blackbirds in my uncles orchard at carpenters lake back in the mid sixties.
yeah, uncle got me off claimed birds were eating the apple buds.