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Friday November 08, 2019 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)


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In response to the public outcry expressed at a series of listening sessions held by MassWildlife against coyote killing contests, the state agency has prepared draft regulations concerning predator and furbearer contests, the waste of certain game animals and birds, and harvest requirements for fox and coyote. Initially, I was encouraged by the responsiveness of the agency, but I am afraid that the amendments will do little to stop the rampant killing of coyotes.It was stated [...]

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