Copper longtail

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Copper longtail icon.png

The copper longtail is a copper-coloured bird that players can capture with the Hunter skill at level 9 or above, granting 61.2 Hunter experience.

Catching a copper longtail is a requirement for the easy Western Provinces Diary.

Location[edit | edit source]

Location Levels Members Spawns Map
Piscatoris Hunter areaN/AMember icon.png15Maplink
Kourend WoodlandN/AMember icon.png6Maplink

Hunter info[edit | edit source]

Copper longtail
Level required Hunter 9
Hunter XP 61.2 xp
Trap Bird snare.pngBird snare
Retaliation No
Item Quantity Rarity Price High Alch
Bones.png: Copper longtail drops Bones with rarity Always in quantity 1Bones1Always980
Raw bird meat.png: Copper longtail drops Raw bird meat with rarity Always in quantity 1Raw bird meat1Always4410
Orange feather.png: Copper longtail drops Orange feather with rarity Always in quantity 5-10Orange feather5–10Always40–8045–90

Hunting technique[edit | edit source]

A copper longtail being caught.

The hunting technique is the same as for other birds. Players must set up a bird snare and wait until a bird gets stuck in it. Players may repeatably use the same bird snare. Bird snares are available for purchase in Hunter shops.

Multiple traps[edit | edit source]

Bird snaring can be done with multiple traps at once, with the maximum amount of traps depending on the player's Hunter level.

Hunter Traps
1 1
20 2
40 3
60 4
80 5

Description[edit | edit source]

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The copper longtail is found in temperate wooded regions and is one of the most common birds in the world. Although its appearance is unremarkable it is a graceful and successful bird that continues to fend well for itself.