Two-Legged Coyote Shot While Chasing a Deer

Anyone who has trapped or hunted coyotes knows that the canines are some tough animals, but a story out of Nova Scotia, Canada illustrates just how tenacious they can be. The Black Bear Blog on MaineHuntingToday.com has a post on … [Read More]

Maine Looks to Bolster Deer Herd Through Coyote Hunting

Looks like Maine is taking its dwindling deer herd problem to heart, starting with coyotes. From Reuters: Maine hunting organizations have been asking for a stronger herd-management plan for some time. Of the state’s 1.2 million residents, some 146,000 are … [Read More]

Wolf Hunting Moves a Step Closer to Reality for Montana and Idaho

Animal Rights groups and the Obama administration have agreed on a compromise to lift protections for wolves in Montana and Idaho and allow hunting. Here is some info on the settlement from the Los Angeles Times: The settlement agreement, opposed … [Read More]

Muskrat Slump Has Experts Stumped

From DemocratandChronicle.com According to various studies, the trapping harvest of muskrats in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic region is down 75 percent to 80 percent since the early 1980s. New York’s harvest fell from 539,196 in 1982-83 to 108,324 in 2007-08, … [Read More]

Bill Could Lead to Wolf Hunting Seasons

From Montana Representative Denny Rehberg’s website: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Montana’s Congressman, Denny Rehberg, on Jan. 26, 2011, introduced a comprehensive legislative solution to the ongoing wolf controversy aimed at returning wolf management authority to the states once and for all.  … [Read More]

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