But how many of you would do the same like me ? " a silly guy who are so into Swiftlet farming!
Finding ways, techniques and trying to understand the hidden behaviours of Swiftlet."
These are the invaluable knowledge that would help us in building a successful Swiftlet House.
The pictures about tells tales, If that is an Old bird it would have already hanged onto the tweeters as its claws are strong and big. Whereas for young Birds that just left Bh they are still in the learning process. Their claws are weak and not big enough to grad onto the tweeters. Therefore they clinched onto the wood panel.
From this observation we know this is a young birds.Obviously there are more ways and aspects to be used to identify and differentiate them and this just one of the many ways.
This is what all new and old Bhs wanted," to capture young birds" because they are the future of your Bhs. Without them the your Bhs population and nests won't increase.