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Discussion in 'Trapping' started by bluegilln, Dec 7, 2018 at 11:55 AM.
5th female in 3 days on same farm.
Love the color on that one. Nice job
That photographer does good work.
Man, she must not like your looks the way she is cowed down there.
Good looking yote.
That is odd not catching any males
Pretty girl! Nice pinch.
Nice coyote she's a dark one.
Good pinch Blue. Hes just said you killed all his hoes bahahahahh
Woo me I say you in them. Biologist told me if catching more females than male your population is in the upswing which you may not want here that but maybe you do. Makes since I think. I could go into more detail on this theory but for another time. Either way no matter your catching doing good keep after em I love it.
I'd be interested hearing your(or anyones) theory when you have the time. Personally, I think trappers have more a understanding of animals than anyone, probably biologists too. I wandered what an animal with no predators except man has to keep it from exploding. I understand after they get overpopulated mother nature will thin em out in various ways. I suppose food sources have a role as well. Also heard the more u thin em out the bigger litters they have??
Nice catch to the OP btw
Over the years I have noticed that when you catch or shoot 2 or 3 female Coyotes, it seems to put the Males out and about in the daytime.
I may be wrong about this, but I've seen it happen a few times.
Good one. I like getting females over the males for population reasons. Caught my first dog of the year, wish people would keep their dogs up.
Make since to me.
beautiful coat on her.