Georgia DNR is thinking outside the box with a new program that is taking predator control to the next level.
Most conservationists are well aware of the nationwide increase in coyote population. The struggle is finding a way to help control that population.
Many states have made coyote hunting year round. Some states also provide a season for night hunting. Unfortunately, coyote populations continue to increase.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has decided to try something new. An incentivized program called the “Coyote Challenge.”
The “Coyote Challenge” was created in response to an increase in complaints within urban areas. Coyotes will attack pets and can reduce population of deer, turkey and other small game.
The coyote contest allows each hunter to submit up to five coyote kills each month, starting in March and running through August.
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