S.C. takes steps to control coyote population

03/1/2011 | Sun News (Myrtle Beach, S.C.), The

The South Carolina Natural Resources Department has enforced a three-month trapping season to help control the growing population of coyotes, which have been cited as posing predatory threats to domestic and wild animals in the state. An official with the South Carolina Trappers Association said his group follows management practices encouraged by AVMA and federal wildlife officials.

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