Mistnets are used by ornithologists and bat biologists to capture wild birds and bats for banding or other research projects. This mistnets are made of nylon 110/2 Denier/Ply, 4 shelves, 60 mesh (30x30 mm). This references have 2.6 m high.
We suggest to use the mistnets poles, to avoid cutting trees in the process to growing.
The denier is a term used in the textile industry. It is defined as the weight in grams of 9000 meters of the yarn. For example a denier of 70 means that 9000 meters weight 70 grams. The lower the denier, more fragile is the mistnet, but less visible to the animals. You may find mistnets with a denier from 50 to 210. 70 to 100 ideal for birds, and 50 to 75 ideal for bats. The ply is the number of strands of a yarn used to make a net. Usually the mistnets are made of two strands named multifilament. A mistnet with Denier/Ply 70/2 is made with two strands each one of 70 Denier.