tipos de trampas-types of traps:
1 Analyze your environment. Carefully walk around, looking for signs of animals in the area. Look for tracks, footprints or animal feces. Do not leave any sign that you are in the area. Digging holes, breaking green branches or vegetation disturbing the animals will signal that you are in the area. confident that they hit you, not on alert.
2 Identify what kind of animals you can hunt. You know what kinds of animals are in the area as their tracks, droppings and visual cues. It is important to know what kind of animal is going to fall into your trap, so you can adjust the size of the trap. A trap designed to capture rabbits, for example, will have to be a little larger than one intended to capture squirrels.
3 Identify key areas where the animals are active. The animals usually have three main areas where return often - a watering hole, a place to eat and a place to sleep, with clear tracks connecting the three. These are the places where you will build loop traps.
4 Drives a stake into the ground. Any big stick will make a good participation, provided it is strong enough to withstand being beaten on the ground. Uses a large flat stone as a hammer. The stake should be nailed far enough for the animal to fight can not pull it up.
5 Tie one end of a thin wire around. Any wire material will serve, even the laces. The baling wire is preferred, however, because it will remain firm if the animal stops struggling.
6 Make a loop with the other end of the cable, so now you have a big circle, almost like a wire loop, tied to the stake. Turn the bottom of this loop to form a smaller circle, big enough for the head of their prey to pass through it. Then, fold the circle smaller until it fits in the smaller loop. Place the trap on the track or road that the animal is expected to continue.
7 Make barriers to drive the animal directly to the trap. Gather loose sticks and branches, and paste them on the floor so as to rise on both sides of the road, forming a temporary fence. Place in a cone or funnel formation - wider at one end but closer, just as you approach the trap, until the road is large enough for the animal to fit. Avoid cutting fresh trees, greenery in the trap, as the smell of sap puts on alert animals.
8 Animals have a strong sense of smell and detect human presence easily. Try to find some mud in an area with lots of decaying vegetation, and rub it over the trap. Once you have captured and killed your first animal, you can use the urine from the bladder to mask the odor of the trap and even to attract your prey.
9 Check your traps often. The traps usually put a dominion over the animals without killing them. While this means fresh meat for you, it also means that your traps should be checked often to avoid any unnecessary suffering of the animal to be captured. It is a delicate balance, because they also have to leave enough area for the animals to return to their normal routine. Check your traps every few hours to see if you have captured something.