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Timberwolf mother and puppy | Summer 2012 | Wildpark Edersee Nikon D7000 | F 5.6 | 300mm | 1/350 | ISO 1400 Who only detects one wolf has to take a clos... Protection
Kill More Coyotes with This Incredibly Easy Trick - Deer and Deer Hunting
Coyote hunting definitely is fun with the right setup and calls, and can be part of an effective predator management program to help your deer population.
Why Shotguns Are Better Than Rifles for Coyote Hunting
Twitching, spinning, and bouncing furry decoys in the booths at the 2012 SHOT Show kept distracting me as I walked the aisles on my mission of spotting Important Hunting Trends. Finally, when I stopped at the Primos booth expecting to find new turkey calls but instead saw the simulated rear end of a feline with a lashing tail—the Primos Stray Cat ($100), one of many motion decoys designed to lure a coyote to its last meal—I realized just what the trend was.
Coyote Hunting Tips: Where to Find December Dogs
Photo by Lon Lauber You've heard why bank robbers target banks: It's where the money is. The same reasoning should turn your coyote-hunting efforts to public waterfowl areas, state-managed wildlife areas where pen-raised pheasants are released, and anywhere else wingshooters are hammering birds. Coyotes go where the easy food is.
What is the Differencee Between a Coyote and a Wolf | Survival Life
Coyote vs. Wolf: Knowing the Difference | Wilderness Preparedness And Survival Skills by Survival Life at http://survivallife.com/2015/12/27/coyote-vs-wolf/
"The interactions between apex predators and their prey are some of the most awesome and meaningful in nature—displays of strength, endurance, and a deep co-evolutionary history. And there is perhaps no apex predator more impressive and important in its hunting—or more infamous, more misjudged—than the wolf.
Hyenas and wolves forming unlikely team to overcome tough conditions
Researchers have spotted hyenas and grey wolves hunting together in the Negev desert, southern Israel. They think the tough conditions have driven the animals to pair up to improve their chances.