Hints on Wolf and Coyote Trapping by Stanley P. Young

Hints on Wolf and Coyote Trapping

byStanley P. Young

Kobo ebook | March 23, 2015

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The range of coyotes and wolves in the United States to-day is confined mainly to the immense area west of the Mississippi River. Wolves, however, have been so materially reduced in numbers west of the one-hundredth meridian that except for those drifting into the United States from the northern States of Mexico, they are the cause of little concern. The areas now most heavily infested with wolves are in Alaska, eastern Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan. A few r of these animals are found also in northern Louisiana and eastward along the Gulf coastal area into Mississippi. Coyotes, on the other hand, exist in all the Western States, as well as in the Mid-Western States above listed as inhabited by wolves. They have also been reported in Orleans County, N. Y., and in southeastern Alabama where introduced.

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Title:Hints on Wolf and Coyote TrappingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 23, 2015Publisher:U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICELanguage:English

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