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Predator Primer

What the uninitiated need to know about predator hunting By Josh Lantz Coyotes, foxes and bobcats are North America’s most abundant terrestrial predators. These species play key roles in the ecosystem, helping to manage rodent populations, scavenging carrion and preying on larger animals that may be sick or weak.  They are also cunning and adaptable. […] The post Predator Primer appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
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