Trapping Works: Real stories of how trapping programs have resulted in an explosion of wildlife
Those who manage their land for wildlife are fighting a war. Like all wars, there are protests designed to sway public opinion. There are international political complications. And like all wars, the truth is one of the first casualties.
Land managers in Georgia are up to their eyeballs in predators that kill desirable wildlife. Coyotes, raccoons, foxes, bobcats and skunks are pillaging. Fawns, turkey and quail, rabbits and even pets are the victims. Well-meaning do-gooders who are blind to the ramifications are the predators’ best allies. Political unrest overseas has been a factor, too.
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