Only bounce back

Head of Nova Scotia Federation of Anglers and Hunters says coyote bounty would be waste of money.

Mr. Rodgers, whose group represents more than 6,000 hunters and recreational fishermen, says it’s a mistake to think the province’s 8,000 coyotes are getting more aggressive.

He says the real problem is that one of the coyote’s main sources of food, the snowshoe hare, is at the bottom of a seven-year population cycle and hungry coyotes are simply looking for food.

Mr. Rodgers says a cull is a waste of time because the population will only bounce back.


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