How to Catch a Vulture – with Andrew Ucles

Andrew Ucles teaches the science behind primitive trapping for catching vultures in the wild. Using a deceased Capybara, some string and a tree, he designs an efficient animal trap that can be used to catch predatory birds such as the vulture in the wild.

There are a number of strategic steps to take in primitive trap building and Andrew discusses these intricate steps that you need to replicate in order to capture your target species such as the vulture.

Primitive trap building dates back to many thousands of years and this clip is dedicated to this ancient design. Have some practice, and please be careful, but most importantly be aware and respectful of animal welfare.


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