Shoot More Coyotes, Save More Fawns | Grand View Outdoors

Young coyotes born in spring will need food in summer, which is when turkey poults and whitetail faws are targeted by coyotes. Hunters getting after songdogs before these wildlife species drop their young may help increase numbers. (Photo: Mark Kayser)

Coyote breeding season is nearly in the rearview mirror, save for a few coyotes who haven’t mastered the art of the hookup. If you own, lease or simply manage a wildlife property, now is the time to take out a handful of coyotes. Mating is almost complete, territories are set and dens being prepared. Remove a coyote now and it becomes logistically harder for more to move around due to their instinctive nature of becoming homebodies in preparation for raising pups….


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