First Wolf Since 1920s Confirmed in New Brunswick

An 86-pound canine shot in New Brunswick, Canada has been confirmed by wildlife officials as the first known wolf in the province since the 1920s, and the first killed there since 1876. Hunter Jacques Mallet told the Toronto Star he thought … [Read More]

NPHA Convention Set for Wyoming This October

The National Predator Hunters Association will hold their second annual convention in Douglas, Wyoming on Oct. 26 and 27 this fall. A release from the NPHA provides more details: Fellow Predator Caller, The National Predator Hunters Association will be hosting … [Read More]

Wolf Management Is About Balance

Wolf management remains a hot-button issue with extremely passionate people on both sides of the debate. While we’ll never get everyone to agree on the correct course of action, I read a blog post today written by someone very close … [Read More]

Wisconsin Wolf Hunting and Trapping Season Approved, Begins in October

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a bill today to establish the first wolf hunt in the state in the last half century. The season is set to begin on Oct. 15 and run through February. “The swelling wolf population has created … [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]

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]

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