Pile Up the Pigeons and Parakeets – This Week on Mojo TV

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New Episode of Mojo TV Premieres Saturday
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USA -(Ammoland.com)-  An all-new episode of Mojo TV airs this Saturday, Nov. 5.

Terry heads to South America to the waterfowl friendly country of Argentina.

He meets up with crowd favorite Diego Munoz to hunt the decoying daydream, Rosybill duck.

Along for the adventure is writer Skip Knowles and worldwide duck outfitter Ramsey Russell,  Part 3.

New episodes premiere Saturdays afternoons at 3:30/2:30c on The Sportsman Channel (DISH 395, DIRECTV 605) in the U.S. and Mondays at 1:30 PM ET on Wild TV in Canada.


Broadcast Schedule for MOJO TV on the Sportsman Channel:

Thursday – 4 a.m. EST | 3 a.m. CST
Friday – 8 a.m. EST | 7 a.m. CST
Saturday – 3:30 p.m. EST | 2:30 p.m. CST

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Just watched part of the “Pile up the Pigeons” episode, and I’m a bit perplexed. Is there a purpose to shooting all these birds? Is this just killing to kill or is there an actual,purpose here besides hawking hunting equipment and satisfying the bloodlust of the typical redneck with too much money, burning a hole in their pockets? I’m all for hunting and having guns, but killing for just fun seems creepy. Maybe I’m missing something here, but I am troubled by this show, at least as I understand it from what I saw. Are the birds a problem? And… Read more »

F Riehl, Editor in Chief

These are parakeets, not parrots. while parkeetes maybe be an uncommon bird in the US, in Argentina they are a pest and their population is huge., some flocks can be 1000’s of birds. They destroy crops, paticularly milo, and their nest building destroys trees and effects powerlines. They are very hard to shoot, but hunting helps control the population and hunters pay the land owners to hunt their property, off setting some of the damage. Parts of Texas are now experiencing the effects of invasive parakeets so we predict we will see hunting expand in Texas in the future as… Read more »