A quota of 220 wolves was approved for this year’s Montana wolf hunting season by the wildlife commission late last week. The wildlife commission also added subquota limits for some districts near Yellowstone National Park “after learning wolves were being … [Read More]
When coyotes began killing pets in a Louisiana parish, officials decided to hire snipers to kill the predators. This seems rational to the average person, but not if you’re one of the few animal activists in the area. They’re using … [Read More]
It’s not uncommon to spot a ‘yote when driving between stands. How can you take advantage of those shot opportunities?
There was good news for trappers in Illinois earlier this week as legislation passed to create a spring muskrat trapping season. Prairie State Outdoors has the details: Gov. Pat Quinn has signed legislation creating a muskrat trapping season in Illinois. … [Read More]
When most people think of tree farms, they probably don’t imagine bears. But the animals favor tree farms as a food source, especially after hibernation. This critical time is also when trees are most vulnerable. From Capital Press: Black bears, … [Read More]
A group of hunters glassing for bears calls in a coyote instead.
Fur Takers of America (FTA) will host its annual convention starting Thursday, June 23. Here are the details: June 23-25, 2011 Chautauqua County Fairgrounds 1089 Central Ave. (I-90, Exit 59) Dunkirk, NY 14048 For more information contact: David Miller … [Read More]
Argentina isn’t likely to be included on many beaver trapping hot spots lists, but an experiment gone bad has left the South American country with a major flattail dilemma that has officials mulling their options to control the non-native species. … [Read More]
A mountain lion that was killed after it collided with an SUV Saturday morning in Milford, Conn., only 70 miles from New York City, is believed to have been an escaped pet. The 140-pound male cat was also believed to … [Read More]
The Wisconsin Trappers Association June 2011 Report.