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In late January, Hope Valley resident Christopher McCurdy set up a game camera in his backyard to show his daughter the wildlife that ventures out at night. When he looked back at the recordings, McCurdy found that he had captured a handful of coyotes on video. The animals returned to his backyard several more times nightly.




Coyote Season 1


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In the counties of Beaufort, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell, and Washington, coyote hunting on public lands is prohibited, except coyotes may be taken on state-owned game lands by the holder of this permit and a NCWRC-issued permit or license for a specific permit hunt opportunity for coyotes as authorized by G.S. 113-264(d).


In all other counties of North Carolina, coyotes may be taken on private lands anytime day or night; and on public lands without a permit from the hours of one-half hour before sunrise until one-half hour after sunset, and with a permit from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise.


Permit holders must report the take of coyotes to the NC Wildlife Resources Commission at 919-707-0040 or 800-662-7137 or online within 24 hours of killing each individual coyote.


Coyote hunting permits are in addition to hunting licenses. Individuals exempted from license requirements under the provisions specified in G.S. 113-276 must still acquire the coyote hunting permits to hunt coyotes in the counties of Beaufort, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell, and Washington.


There is no closed season for taking coyotes on private lands from the hours of one-half hour before sunrise until one-half hour after sunset only. Hunting of coyote at night in the area covered by the coyote hunting permit is not legal.


On private lands coyote may be taken from the hours of one-half hour before sunrise until one-half hour after sunset with legal weapons or traps. Taking of coyotes from one-half hour after sunset until one-half hour before sunrise in the area covered by the coyote depredation permit is by trap only.


Coyote: Daytime hunting hours, see chart above. Hunting coyote during the coyote night hunting season (December 16 to August 31) is legal from 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 hour before sunrise, and shall cease at midnight each Saturday and resume at 12:01 AM on Monday.


Warning: There are currently no registered toxicants for coyotes; therefore the use of any poison to attempt to control coyotes is a violation of Federal and State law. The use of poison indiscriminately kills other wildlife and pets, and may be fatal to humans that come in contact with the substance.


Banner Marsh State Fish and Wildlife Area (coyote only; coyotescan be taken with archery equipment when the site is open to archery deerhunting during archery shooting hours; coyotes can be taken with shotguns ondays when the site is open to upland hunting with upland shooting hours)


Des Plaines State Fish and Wildlife Area (coyote may be takenwith a shotgun from the day after the archery deer season closes until February28; pursuit of coyotes with dogs is prohibited; archery deer hunters may takecoyotes during the archery deer season) (1)


Giant City State Park (except for archery or firearm deerhunters, coyote season opens the day after the second firearm deer season andcloses March 31; woodchuck hunting season opens the day after the secondfirearm deer season and closes March 31)


Johnson Sauk Trail State Recreation Area (archery only; coyoteand fox only; site coyote season runs concurrently with the site archery deerseason; site fox season begins when the statewide fox season opens, runsconcurrently with the site archery deer season, and closes the earlier ofeither the statewide fox season closing or the site archery deer seasonclosing) (1)


Kankakee River State Park (coyote, fox, skunk and opossum maybe taken during their respective seasons that fall within the archery deerseason by archery only; shotgun only hunting opens the day after the close ofthe site upland game season or archery deer season, whichever is later, andcloses with the close of the statewide fox season) (1)


Mackinaw-State Fish and Wildlife Area (raccoon, opossum open tostatewide regulations; skunk, red fox, gray fox, coyote and woodchuck open toarchery during the archery deer season and statewide regulations after theclose of archery deer season) (1)


Marseilles State Fish and Wildlife Area (coyote only; November5 through the first Thursday after January 10; hunting hours are 30 minutesbefore sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset; use of dogs is prohibited;unauthorized personnel may not be on the site outside of the posted checkstation operating hours; hunters must enter the site only from designatedparking lots)


Marshall State Fish and Wildlife Area (raccoon, opossum open tostatewide regulations; skunk, red fox, gray fox, coyote and woodchuck open toarchery during the archery deer season and statewide regulations after theclose of archery deer season) (1)


Matthiessen State Park (coyote only with a shotgun from thedate after the archery deer season closes until February 28; use of dogs isprohibited; archery deer hunters may take coyotes during the archery deerseason) (1)


Mazonia State Fish and Wildlife Area (archery only; coyote,fox, raccoon, skunk and opossum may be taken during their respective seasonsthat fall within the archery deer hunting season; statewide hours) (1)


Momence Wetlands State Natural Area (archery only; coyote, fox,raccoon, skunk and opossum may be taken during their respective seasons thatfall within the archery deer hunting season; statewide hours) (1)


Moraine View State Park (coyote open concurrently with sitearchery deer hunting, archery only; fox, coyote, opossum, raccoon and skunkopens the second Monday in December, closes February 15; hours sunset tosunrise) (1)


Newton Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area (coyote and bobcathunting only; coyote and bobcat may be taken during their respective seasonsthat fall within the archery deer season by archery deer hunters only; coyotesmay be taken with a shotgun from the day after the archery season closes untilFebruary 28; bobcats may be taken with shotgun from the day after archeryseason closes until the end of bobcat hunting season; pursuit of coyotes andbobcats with dogs is prohibited) (1)


Peabody River King State Fish and Wildlife Area (except SouthSubunit; shotgun or bow only; coyote season open from August 1 through thefollowing February 28 and during the spring turkey season to hunters with avalid, unfilled turkey permit; use of dogs for hunting coyotes isprohibited)


Red Hills State Park (coyote and bobcat hunting only; coyoteand bobcat may be taken during their respective seasons that fall within thearchery deer season by archery deer hunters only; coyotes may be taken with ashotgun from the day after the archery season closes until February 28; bobcatsmay be taken with shotgun from the day after archery season closes until theend of bobcat hunting season; pursuit of coyotes and bobcats with dogs isprohibited) (1)


Silver Springs State Fish and Wildlife Area (coyote may betaken with a shotgun from the day after the archery deer season closes untilFebruary 28; pursuit of coyotes with dogs is prohibited; archery deer huntersmay take coyotes during the archery deer season)


Some experts suggest the rainy winters of the past few years have upped the number of fruit dropping from trees, as well as the population of gophers, snakes and rabbits, primary coyote food sources. Meanwhile, litters can grow and reach as many as 10 to 13 pups, scientists say.


The office traps a coyote only if it is a threat to a human, he said. Trapping is extremely difficult because coyotes are smart enough to avoid them. If the office does manage to trap a coyote, it is euthanized. State law prohibits relocating coyotes because it may transfer disease and often leave the coyote prey to mountain lions or starvation, Pellman said.


A two-year study released in March by the National Park Service of 3,200 samples of coyote scat found human food and pet food made up 26% of their diet, as did ornamental fruit. Rabbits made up 18% and domestic cats, 20%. Gophers and insects made up 28% combined.


Many residents of San Dimas, Pasadena, Long Beach, Bellflower, West Covina and Walnut say coyote sightings are much more frequent than ever, as are reports of taken pets. As a result, many no longer let their pets go outside, not even in a fenced backyard.


The coyotes travel the railroad tracks, flood control channels and the San Gabriel River, often jumping into adjacent yards, she learned from residents on her site and from a Monday meeting in Bellflower, attended by 40 people.


Some have formed Evict Coyote groups, which started in Torrance in 2016. The city, as has Long Beach, adopted a coyote management plan. A five-month trapping program is scheduled to begin in the fall in Torrance. Residents blame sumps and Madrona Marsh for helping breed coyotes.


The 2022-23 NHL season starts Oct. 7. With training camps opening soon, NHL.com is taking a look at the three keys, the inside scoop on roster questions, and the projected lineup for each of the 32 teams. Today, the Arizona Coyotes.


The Coyotes are deep into a rebuild with a focus on drafting and player development. There are also reasons they can be better than finishing 31st in the NHL last season, ahead of only the Montreal Canadiens. Arizona is hoping Clayton Keller will be ready by the season opener at the Pittsburgh Penguins on Oct. 13 following surgery for a broken leg sustained March 30, ending a season when the forward scored an NHL career-high 28 goals in 67 games.


Jakob Chychrun, a subject of frequent trade rumors, scored seven goals after leading NHL defensemen with 18 in 2020-21 and has three seasons remaining on a six-year contract he signed Nov. 13, 2018. Even if Keller scores 30 goals and Chychrun returns to form (and is not traded), it won't be nearly enough if Nick Schmaltz and Lawson Crouse don't provide secondary scoring and at least one prospect produces with significant ice time in the NHL. 041b061a72


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