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The Beast, Hannibal
Tim-State Certified Wildlife Operator April 20, 2014 at 07:18 am
"Whether you see or hear them, these Predators like the one above are in the woodlots aroundRead More your subdivisions, farms, schools. They are the most adaptable and intelligent predator here in the Eastern states. If your cat or dog goes missing and doesn't come back home.......you can bet he's become food for these animal's pups this time of year.
Tim-State Certified Wildlife Operator April 20, 2014 at 05:43 pm
I eased in and added some additional traps to the area today. I now know where he is coming from. IRead More pulled both cameras because they are getting spooked by the red IR. Not much of the calf left to feed on. Hopefully, the pair will shift their attention to the trap beds now.
Large Black Phase Pregnant Coyote captured on the Cattle Farm. I've been after this one for 3 months
Tim-State Certified Wildlife Operator April 3, 2014 at 06:47 am
Very few people know and understand the reality of what I deal with concerning these Predators.Read More Perhaps these pictures will enlighten you. Perhaps they won't.
Tim-State Certified Wildlife Operator April 3, 2014 at 02:56 pm
"I don't protect a run of the mill cattle herd. According to the landowner, each one of hisRead More cattle range in price from $1500-$4000. He sells breeding bulls all over the country. Coyotes love the taste of newborn calves. I believe they can sense the change in pheromones coming from the Uterus and know when the heifer is about to give birth. They will then shadow that heifer and even pull the newborn from the birth canal as it is being born. If the heifer goes down with a difficult birth, they will kill her as well. High fenced ranches all over the country have not proven to be a deterrent for coyotes. They dig under the fences and still get in. Trappers actually trap coyotes inside the fences. Coyotes are Predators. They must kill to survive. They have discovered that it is easier to kill newborn calves and Pets than chase a deer 1/2 mile thru the woods.