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

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USA -(Ammoland.com)- Terry Denmon and the Mojo Crew pack up and head north to one of their favorite destinations: Ranchland Outfitters in Alberta Canada.

With Greenheads, Geese and Coyotes the guys look forward to the yearly trip and can’t wait to get settled into blinds with their go-to guy for Canadian hunting Rob Reynolds. Part 2

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DrJon

In New Orleans the Monk Parakeet is becoming an issue, but they are certainly beautiful birds. They are everywhere and 20 years ago there was a tiny breeding population that has expanded across the city.
When I was in Cairns, Australia the din made by thousands and thousands of parrots and parakeets is awesome. It is a good thing they do not make noise at night or they would be extinct today.

5WarVeteran

What is the difference between a “flower” and a weed?
It depends on whether you like them or not.

All birds are edible.

Whodaty

While touristing in Malaysia, one dinner included some sort of bird, deep fried, and served up in a martini glass. Tiny tasty and crunchy. You could eat most of the bones. Delish! Much better than a deep fried candy bar or pickle. But that’s just me. Also included in that meal was the delight of having a mouse peeking out of a hole in the wall just over my wife’s shoulder. The “reveal” was priceless. Surf and turf of a different order. So, yes, you can eat any bird, or any thing actually. Taste is in the lips of the… Read more »

Dan Jenkins

Did you guys eat all those parakeets or are you just killing for “fun?” No, I’m not anti-gun, I own more than a few. I’m assuming you did not eat these birds. Please tell me I’m wrong.

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 »

Desertcelt

I don’t proclaim to be a bird expert, but the Carolina Parakeet, a beautiful bird, was hunted to extinction for feathers for women’s hats. The destruction of its habitat hastened it’s extinction as well. Don’t know if Texas has native parakeets or not. If so, I hope they don’t fall victim. I’m an NRA Life/Endowment member, so certainly I’m not anti gun or anti hunting, just wish for the protection of native species.

JnAZ

Similar to the European Starling problem here in the US. Invasive species.