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Georgia Predator Hunting

By Nick Carter | May 25, 2011

Target Coyotes During the Fawn Drop

Coyotes are omnivores and opportunistic predators. They travel alone or in small packs, hunting and foraging mostly at…

By Emory Josey | May 26, 2010

Coyote Hunting: Evolution Into Night Vision

More than 40 years ago, I stumbled upon a paperback book titled “The Critters Come When Called.” Written…

By Nick Carter | April 1, 2010

Forest Service Officer Shot and Killed By Coyote Hunters Using Night Vision

A coyote hunter using night-vision equipment on a semi-automatic .223 rifle shot and killed a U.S. Forest Service…

By Nick Carter | January 29, 2010

Coyote Predation Study Begins On Two WMAs

The University of Georgia and WRD recently began a four-year cooperative study into the effects of coyotes on…

By Daryl Gay | June 7, 2007

Adventures With Alligator Trapper Jack Douglas

Perhaps only if you’ve been there can you appreciate the dank, damp darkness of a river swamp in

By Daryl Kirby | May 23, 2006

The Coyote Factor

Although scientific research has not been completed on the subject, it seems clear that coyotes on certain tracts

By Brad Bailey | May 15, 2006

Calling Hayfield Coyotes

Mike saw the coyote while bowhunting last September between some planted pines and a hayfield. The coyote, slipping…

By Daryl Kirby | April 25, 2006

Predators and Fawns: What’s the Impact in Georgia?

A 3,000-acre tract in Murray County, almost in the shadows of the rugged Cohutta Wilderness, intensively managed for…

By GON Staff | January 1, 2006

All About Coyotes

Coyotes have invaded Georgia by storm — and the conquest only took a few decades. In 1969, coyote…