Coyote Hunting News

Ohio Approves Hunting Regulations for 2011-12 Seasons

Hunting and trapping regulations for 2011-12 seasons were passed by the Ohio Wildlife Council at the April 6 meeting, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.

Coyote Awareness Materials Released in Nova Scotia

Back away! Act big! Make noise! The three rules to remember in an encounter with an aggressive coyote are represented by the acronym BAM on educational materials released, March 24.

"At this time of year, as Nova Scotians spend more time outdoors, we want them to remember how to avoid coyotes and how to defend themselves if attacked," said Charlie Parker, Minister of Natural Resources. "This campaign teaches that coyotes are part of nature and we need to follow simple rules that help us to live with them, in rural and urban areas."

Utah Considers Coyote Trapping Change

After a trapper sets a trap to catch a coyote, when should he be required to visit the trap again to see if he caught anything?

That's a question you can help answer at a series of public meetings.

Currently, trappers in Utah must check all of their foothold traps within 48 hours of setting them. Lethal traps, such as neck snares, must be checked once every 96 hours.

An idea that's being proposed would lengthen both of those times to seven days.

New Hampshire Holding Public Meeting About Furbearer Rules

A public hearing about proposed rules affecting the importation and possession of alligators, crocodiles and bison, as well as clarifying the rules on furbearer hunting, is set for Thursday, December 16, 2010, at 3:00 p.m. at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, N.H.

Fish and Game is proposing to:

Nova Scotia Program to Reduce Aggressive Coyote Behaviour
Natural Resources Minister John MacDonell has announced a four-part program to reduce aggressive coyote behaviour and make communities safer.
Coyote Hunting in Pennsylvania
Interested in finding something new and different to try this winter? Coyote hunting may be just what you're looking for, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Indiana DNR Offers Ways to Deal With Coyotes
It is not uncommon anymore for coyotes to be seen occasionally in urban and suburban areas of Indiana, but that doesn't necessarily mean there are more of them.
RMEF Offers Tips to Keep Predators From Your Elk Carcass
Black bears, grizzlies, cougars, wolves, coyotes-just some of the potential looters you may find skulking around the scene of your next successful elk hunt. These tips from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will help keep meat stealers away from your elk carcass.
Alabama Changes Depredation Permit Rules
At the request of the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board, Conservation Commissioner Barnett Lawley has issued an emergency regulation to make it easier for landowners and leaseholders to acquire crop depredation permits for feral swine and coyotes.
Kentucky Trapping Still Useful
While the number of people trapping isn't as high as in the days of our great-grandparents, trapping remains essential to today's wildlife management.