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]

Predator Hunters to Unite at NPHA’s Annual Convention

Predator hunters from across the country will gather at the 2012 National Predator Hunters Association Convention in Douglas, Wyo., next month. The second annual event will be held Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Wyoming State Fairgrounds. … [Read More]

Michigan Wolf Hunt Proposed

With wolf hunts slated to launch in Wisconsin and Minnesota this fall, a third Great Lakes state could soon open a season on wolves as well. Michigan House Bill 5834, introduced Wednesday by Rep. Matt Huuki, proposes Michigan’s first modern-day hunting … [Read More]

Predator Hunting Tips: Using Calls to Make Coyote Sounds

COYOTE VOCALIZATIONS ARE AN EFFECTIVE HUNTING TOOL FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR By Steve Criner The light was dimming fast and I was getting ready to shut the camera off. It was the last stand of a long winter day filled … [Read More]

Montana Approves Wolf Trapping, Hunting Limits Increased

Montana trappers will be allowed to trap wolves in the 2012-2013 wolf season. It’s the first time wolf trapping will be allowed in the state. In addition, the bag limit of wolves during the hunting and trapping season has been … [Read More]

Altus Brands Acquires Extreme Dimension Wildlife Calls

Altus Brands, LLC, a growing owner of hunting, shooting and outdoor recreation brands, announced they have acquired Extreme Dimension Wildlife Calls, a leading innovator in the electronic game call industry. Extreme Dimension, based in Hampden, Maine, is the maker of … [Read More]

Preliminary Wolf Hunting Harvest Quota Set for Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials have announced a preliminary quota of between 142 and 233 wolves for the state’s first wolf hunting and trapping season. Officials called the quota conservative and said the goals of the first season are simply … [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]