I've recently been asked by a friend to help get rid of some hoody crows on a sheep farm.
I've not done this before, so would appreciate any advice.
I did go out for a recce at the weekend, and had a go with a .222. Fairly naively, I thought it would be straightforward to get in range and pick them off. Not so! They seem to know the effective range of a .222 down to the last metre, and flew off as soon as I was within 200m. I did eventually manage one after hiding in a hedge and waiting for them to land - by then it was obvious that was only going to work once.