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Michigan furbearer regulations approved, includes three-month closure of coyote hunting on public lands

The Commission approved the proposal as written with a 4-2 vote, closing the coyote hunting season April 15 to July 15 on public lands. (Stock photo)

Despite strong opposition from hunters at its March 14 meeting in Lansing, the Michigan Natural Resources Commission voted 4-2 in favor of a proposed furbearer regulation change that included closing the coyote season April 15 to July 15 on public lands.
The season remains open year-round on private lands if a coyote is doing damage or physically present where it could cause damage.

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