ehilborn at mebtel.net
Wed Jul 11 22:16:57 EDT 2012
Crow season in NC:
Season Bag Limits- No restriction
Aug. 3, 2011 to Feb. 29, 2012–Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday of each week plus Labor
Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New
Year’s Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
June 6, 2012 to July 28, 2012–Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday of each week plus
If you leave the carcasses in the orchard it may discourage others. They
are pretty smart about avoiding dangerous areas, and they communicate
among themselves well.
7a central NC
On 7/11/2012 12:16 PM, Jerry Levit wrote:
> Our neighbors the crows are having a field day in our orchard. We have 66 dwarf apple trees on a Marchand trellis, 15 semi-dwarf apples and four semi-dwarf pear trees. The trees range between 4 and 6 years old and this is their first year of serious production. Unfortunately for us, the crows are getting most of the nearly-ripe fruit. We have put up scare tape, deployed an owl scarecrow and are employing a Bird Gard Pro sound device. Each system worked for about four or five days. I don't mind sharing some of our harvest with the critters. I just want my fair share. Short of netting each tree are there any other ideas that folks on this list that have proven effective. Thanks for your insights and experience.
> Jerry Levit
> Windy Meadows
> 4371 Russell Road
> Graham, NC 27253
> jerlevit at gmail.com
> 336.376.5559 (Farm)
> 919.824.6843 (Cell)
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