Do Ranchers Have a Right to Be Free From Predators?

“No” is the answer from Montana hunting guide George Wuerthner. In his column for New West, he asserts that predator hunting is a subsidy benefiting ranchers only. Instead, ranchers should practice other methods. From the column: Killing predators to appease … [Read More]

Bobcat Populations on the Rise

Some good news for bobcat trappers/hunters landed in my e-mail box this morning. It appears bobcat populations are on the rise across most of North America. Dr. Nathan M. Roberts of Cornell University, a Trapper & Predator Caller contributor, forwarded … [Read More]

Biologist: Coyotes Aren’t the Problem, We Are

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]

Fatal Attack Leads to Coyote Trapping Incentive Program

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]

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