The art of capturing things is to toss stuff into birds or the air,
The bird immediately flew out of the art of catching it with its beak,
Birds with more enormous mouths are typically appropriate.
There are primarily wax-billed sparrows, crested sparrows, orioles, black quails, and Taiping birds.
This tame is the strong point of the wax beak.
As for flying high as well as flying low,
Rely on the condition of the bird.
black thrush shot,
Often skyrocketing into the sky,
Then do a few laps in the sky,
Peacebird can only go straight backward and forwards.
Some birds, after being educated for launch as well as return,
It can likewise tame its abilities of aerial capturing,
That is to utilize the mouth to get the projectile tossed by the master right into the sky,
– Usually, bone marbles are utilized as things,
The bird species determine the marble dimension.
When training, you need to regulate your food intake.
Make the bird half-starved,
After that, the proprietor holds the larger fondant pellets in his hand,
Usually use Suzi and hemp seeds.
Turning backward and forward in the beak and also its eyes to entice it to peck,
Throw the food over the bird’s head later to lure it into the air,
After the start of smooth access,
lower regular feeding,
Instead of throwing food,
However not overtired.
Usually, after 2-3 days of training,
The majority of birds can take food proficiently,
Right now, use pellets instead of food,
When the bird can not ingest the projectile as well as spit it out,
The host rapidly accepts the prize for the favorite food.
After repeated training many times,
The bird can grab the projectile skillfully,
Could you return it to the master for food?
The shell can, after that, be gradually tossed greater as well as further,
can additionally increase the number of shots,
Excellent birds can fly to an elevation of 8 to 10 meters to pick up shells,
Occupy to 2-3 missiles at once.
Such training, as well as efficiency, can just be accomplished in fall, winter as well as very early springtime.
Not suitable before and also after the reproducing period or in warm periods.