Rick in Indy | April 12th, 2023
Takes a while for them to get comfortable and get in. Bonus was I caught a Piney squirrel that had been destroying my blue bird feeder. Easy to release non target critters.
David M. | August 10th, 2022
First day - 15. Since then, anywhere from 4 to 9 each time I set it. Works extremely well. I move it around my buildings and pens, throw in some wild bird seed. Done. Outstanding product.
Clare Ritter | June 24th, 2022
Wanted to rid my back yard of sparrows that were going after bluebirds. Worked liked magic as soon as placed on the ground just using stale breadsticks. Eliminated 14 within three days. Had to release one chipmunk that couldn't find its way out. Surprised to find a cardinal inside but while trying to figure how I'd get it out, it managed to escape on its own. The sparrows don't seem to be able to figure out how to escape. Excellent trap.
MJ | February 24th, 2022
I purchased this trap for capture of multiple sparrows at the front of my private property. The rear of the property does not receive the impact from the birds. It took me a few days to figure out the best location. I ended up placing it right on the corner of the front porch and scattered seed. I'm using whole sunflower but millet or something easier for them to eat would probably bring more in at a time. I've captured anywhere between 1-3 birds at a time. Easy to remove them, but three did become a challenge as one did escape out of the exit door while I was trying to catch another. I actually prefer that it holds a smaller number. Overall I am pleased with the product and would recommend.
Perry B | February 8th, 2022
I like that I can release non target birds.
Scott B | November 1st, 2021
I've been using the trap for several weeks now. It traps sparrows daily. I have eliminated close to 40 from the flock around my area and we've started to see some of our favorite native birds come back to our feeders.
Scott | October 17th, 2021
Second day of use and I've caught about 17 sparrows so far. There is a big flock feeding around the trap and I expect I'll catch many more.
Barb G | August 26th, 2021
Using millet seeds to catch an overabundance of house sparrows. Have learned to put some seeds in first chamber and more in second and put some leading into side holes. Have caught 8 so far in a couple of weeks leaving it outside only a few hours/day because am catching and releasing lots of chipmunks as they are eating the seeds. Really scratched up my arm the first couple times I tried to catch the sparrows (several escaped) because the area you put your arm thru has very sharp edges. I have duct taped the edges and that really helps.
Henrik Sinanian | August 2nd, 2021
I did not get any Birds yet but I got Two Rates and I'm happy with that.
Roger Doran | July 20th, 2021
It works! This is the third different trap I've bought this season in attempt to control sparrows. One hasn't caught anything, one works so-so, but this one is really effective. I get several sparrows every day.