FHA’s Latest Auction ‘Most Successful in the Company’s History’

Fur Harvesters Auction reports sharp advancements in prices for most major fur species in their most recent sale, held late last week. In fact, it went so well FHA is calling the auction “the most successful in the company’s history.” The … [Read More]

The Sole Explanation for Wild Animal Tracks in Major Cities

Deer tracks in the middle of New York City? Kodiak bear prints in downtown Boston? Wolf tracks in Montreal? Are wild animals moving in on some of the East Coast’s biggest cities? Not exactly. Mixed media artist Maskull Lasserre has … [Read More]

Project Opens ‘Time Capsule’ to Trapping’s Past

I stumbled upon the website of a very interesting film project today. “Return of the Far Fur Country” is the result of efforts to piece together a long-lost film celebrating the history of Hudson’s Bay. As you can see from … [Read More]

An 82-Pound Coyote? Maybe, Maybe Not…

Joe Fleming, of Spillars Cove, Newfoundland, shot an 82-pound canine last week in the Canadian province. Wildlife officials initially believed it was a coyote, but DNA testing is being conducted on the animal to determine exactly what it is. “I … [Read More]

Fur Market Is ‘Hot’

Trapper & Predator Caller‘s fur market expert, Serge Lariviére, says trappers have reason to be excited after Fur Harvesters Auction and North American Fur Auctions both opened with record-breaking sales. “Everybody knows the fur market is a real roller coaster, and … [Read More]

Sand and Song Dogs — Coyote Hunting in Nebraska

If it weren’t for some grass and the occasional yucca plant, I could have swore I was staring into the middle of the Saudi Arabian desert. Let’s just say whoever named this part of northwest Nebraska probably didn’t ruminate long … [Read More]

Wolf Hunting Dilemma in N.D.

When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removed the Great Lakes wolves from federal protection, Minnesota wildlife officials pushed forward a plan to control the population with regulated hunting and trapping. It caused an entirely different situation for wildlife officials … [Read More]

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