With rising coyote-human conflicts and even a young Canadian woman killed by coyotes in the last year, researchers are taking a closer look at the predator. The Eastern coyote is of even more interest as they are not native to … [Read More]
Summer is here, and that means it’s rendezvous season. The annual gatherings provide the perfect opportunity for trappers to commune with fellow trappers, buy some new trapping gear and learn some new tricks for the trapline. Fur Takers of America … [Read More]
Following a fatal coyote attack in October 2009 and several other reports of aggressive coyotes since then, Nova Scotia officials have announced they will give trappers $20 for every coyote the trappers kill. Here are some additional details from the … [Read More]
Nebraska wildlife officials say that a trail camera picture of two mountain lion kittens is evidence that the state has a resident mountain lion population for the first time in more than a century. From the Kearney Hub: Snapshots from … [Read More]
Slow-developing markets lead to risks for those purchasing or selling fur, but season’s developments have been mostly positive.
Beginning this summer, trappers will have an all-trapping show to watch on television for the first time ever. Alan Probst, who stars on the television show “All Outdoors With Alan Probst,” has spearheaded the effort and announced on TrapperMan.com that … [Read More]
The second World Predator & Hunting Expo called predator hunters from around the country and beyond to Columbus, Ohio in late March. With most of the pillars of the growing predator hunting industry in house, attendees were treated to world-class … [Read More]
Candice Berner, a 32-year-old school teacher, was found dead off of a road near Chignik Lake, Alaska and authorities believe a wolf attack was the cause of her death. State officials killed two wolves on Monday that they believe were … [Read More]
Chinese clothing trends could lead to boom in wild fur trade.
These photos came to T&PC via e-mail. They are purportedly from a man in Alaska (you never know about e-mail forwards). A brown bear charged him, and he killed it with a Ruger .454 Casull with 350-grain loads. The story … [Read More]