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Environment and Natural Resources » Wildlife » C698


C698 Use of Snares for Capturing Coyotes
Henderson, F. Robert

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Snaring is an effective technique for capturing animals that cause economic damage and for harvesting furbearers. Snares placed in trails or under fences can successfully capture coyotes. (Also listed as publication number EP63.) 4 p.
 
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