Thursday November 18 2010

Raccoons Eating Hackberries
Do I need a furharvester license to hunt coyotes and bobcats?

A furharvester license is not required to hunt coyotes, but it is required to hunt bobcats. Coyotes are not defined as furbearers, so a hunting license is all that is required to hunt them. A furharvester license is required to trap coyotes and to hunt and trap furbearers, including bobcat, badger, beaver, mink, muskrat, opossum, raccoon, swift fox, red fox, striped skunk and weasel. See the furharvesting regulations for more information.

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Nocturnal raccoons are seldom seen during daylight. Watch as several raccoons eat a feast of hackberries before sundown.

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