Category: Predator Hunting News

MDC revises regulations regarding coyote hunting

MDC revises regulations regarding coyote hunting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) updated regulations to the Wildlife Code of Missouri regarding coyote hunting and feral hog control at its Sept. 4 Conservation Commission meeting in Jefferson City. The change comes in response to citizen requests to the Regulations Committee to use night vision, infrared, thermal imagery equipment, […]
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Special Equipment Approved For Hunting Coyotes at Night in Kansas

Special Equipment Approved For Hunting Coyotes at Night in Kansas

PRATT – In a 5-2 vote, Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commissioners passed a regulation change that will allow hunters to use artificial light and thermal-imaging equipment when hunting coyotes at night beginning in 2021. Once the regulation is implemented, interested hunters must purchase a Night Vision Equipment Permit, $2.50, to use artificial light, scopes […]
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MDC considers regulation changes regarding coyote hunting

MDC considers regulation changes regarding coyote hunting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is proposing changes to the Wildlife Code of Missouri regarding coyote hunting and feral hog control. MDC is considering the changes in response to citizen requests to the Regulations Committee to use night vision, infrared, thermal imagery equipment or artificial light to hunt coyotes and […]
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Oklahoma Landowners Have Coyote Depredation Options

Oklahoma Landowners Have Coyote Depredation Options

Coyotes are opportunistic predators and have adapted to many habitats, which can lead to more coyote sightings and related conflicts in some areas. While coyotes mainly feed on mice, squirrels, rabbits, gophers, deer, some fruits, and carrion, some coyotes will take advantage of an opportunity to prey on small livestock and poultry. However, there are […]
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F&W to Hold Public Meeting on Coyotes Dec. 17 in Barre VT

F&W to Hold Public Meeting on Coyotes Dec. 17 in Barre VT

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will hold a public informational meeting about Eastern coyotes in Barre on Tuesday, December 17. “Eastern coyotes first appeared in Vermont in the 1940s after breeding with Eastern wolves in Canada,” said Mark Scott, Vermont’s director of wildlife. “They are larger than their western cousins, and they are adaptable […]
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Coyote Catalog Available for North Dakota Hunters, Landowners

Coyote Catalog Available for North Dakota Hunters, Landowners

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and North Dakota Department of Agriculture are once again opening the Coyote Catalog, a statewide effort designed to connect coyote hunters and trappers with landowners who are dealing with coyotes in their areas. Last winter, more than 20 landowners participated in the Coyote Catalog, along with 400 hunters […]
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GFP Reminds Hunters to Register for Winter Depredation Hunts

GFP Reminds Hunters to Register for Winter Depredation Hunts

As winter approaches, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) reminds resident hunters of unique opportunities that could exist later this winter. GFP’s Wildlife Damage Management Program assists landowners with wildlife depredation abatement programs and services. When other methods are ineffective, GFP may utilize hunters to help reduce damage caused by wildlife. South Dakota residents […]
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South Carolina Coyote Trapping and Management Workshop

South Carolina Coyote Trapping and Management Workshop

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR), in conjunction with the South Carolina Trappers Association, will host a Coyote Trapping and Management Workshop at the Webb Wildlife Center, located in Hampton County, on December 12-13, 2019. The workshop will start with registration at 1 p.m. on Thursday and end at approximately 5 p.m. on […]
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Arkansas Predator Control Permit application available online

Arkansas Predator Control Permit application available online

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansans wanting to reduce the number of furbearers on their property now have additional opportunities through a free online permit developed by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Commissioners voted unanimously during their June 24 meeting to relax season dates and limits regarding some furbearing predator species. The changes were made to […]
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