Much of the excitement of hunting coyotes comes from calling them close, but predators are wary by nature, especially when they’ve been called to, and shot at, before. 747 more words
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The Montana Fish and Wildlife Board is considering a change to the current quota of wolves allowed to be hunted per year in the hunting district that includes Yellowstone National Park. 406 more words
Science Daily has a story on how allowing hunting outside National Parks has greatly decreased wolf viewing within the parks. They report
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Visitors to Denali National Park and Preserve and Yellowstone National Park were twice as likely to see a wolf when hunting wasn’t permitted adjacent to the parks, a new study finds.
This is a real safety concern for recreational users along public trails. Source: Shooting of wolves prompts warning Increase in hunting activity on trail network concerns residents Chris Bolster / Powell River Peak April 6, 2016… 253 more words
There’s nothing more exciting than calling in wolves and here’s some tips on how to get in on the action.
1. Find Them
Wolves have large territories—50 square miles or more—so you can’t just wander out into the woods and start calling. 474 more words