Utah and West Virginia to Offer Coyote Bounties

As coyote populations rise in many areas, the predators can become a threat to farm animals and pets. And as that threat increases, some wildlife agencies find that they don’t have the resources to control the growing problem themselves. Outdoor … [Read More]

Video: Raccoons Attack Coyote

Raccoons can be pretty ornery, but something really got under the skin of the two ‘coons that decided to take on a coyote in this trail cam video.   The video comes from Full Draw Hunt’s Facebook page. “A good … [Read More]

Video: Coyotes Take Down Healthy 6-Point Buck

If you’re looking to gain access to some new trapping or predator hunting ground this winter, try showing the landowners in your area this video. The footage from a South Carolina trail cam shows a seemingly healthy 6-point buck being … [Read More]

Is Birth Control the Future of Coyote Management?

A research team from the University of Wyoming is studying the possibility of using chemical contraception to help control coyote populations. The group, led by zoology doctoral candidate Marjie MacGregor, has been experimenting with deslorelin, a hormone that makes coyotes sterile. … [Read More]

Coyotes Call San Francisco Home

Photo by David Cruz Wildlife officials estimate their are 13 coyotes living in San Francisco, and they’re encouraging residents to learn to live with the song dogs. Recent photographs show at least three coyote pups were born in Golden Gate Park … [Read More]

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]