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Shorter coyote season proposed in Michigan

Coyotes are not uncommon in Michigan, and the state allows very liberal hunting and trapping seasons. Some in the conservation community are recommending that the state trim three months off the season during the spring when females are tending to pups. (Stock photo)
A proposal to shorten the coyote hunting season is raising concern among some in Michigan’s outdoors community. The Furtaker User Group and the internal DNR Furbearer Workgroup have proposed several furbearer regulation changes that were presented to the state Natural Resources Commission at its Feb. 8 meeting in Lansing. Among them is a proposal to close the year-round coyote hunting season between April 15 and July 15.
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