Coyote Control

January 13, 2015

SC Department of Natural Resources
295 S. Evander Dr.
Florence, SC 29506

ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Coyotes can have a significant impact on wildlife and domestic animals. However, because of the intelligence of the coyote, controlling them can be frustrating. This workshop will provide basic information on coyote biology as well as hands-on demonstrations for coyote trapping. Additionally, participants will learn how to trap for coyotes within the law and SCDNR regulations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Landowners and natural resource managers that have an overabundance of coyotes on their properties would benefit from this program.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
3.0 hours Category 1 CFE
0.5 hours Category 2 CFE

AGENDA
12:30pm    Registration
1:00pm      Coyote Biology (Jay Butfiloski)
1:45pm      Coyote Trapping Techniques and Safety Consideration (Ricky Williams)
2:15pm      Coyote Trapping Regulations (Jay Butfiloski)
2:30pm      Break
2:45pm      Coyote Trapping Technique Demonstration (Jay Butfiloski and Ricky Williams)
4:45pm      Adjourn

LOCATION
SC Department of Natural Resources Office, 295 S. Evander Dr., Florence, SC 29506.

REGISTRATION
The cost of the program is $10.00. Class size is limited to 50 people so register early! To register, please click here.

SPEAKERS
Jay Butfiloski, Furbearer & Alligator Program Coordinator, SC Department of Natural Resources
Ricky Williams, Trapper

QUESTIONS
Questions about the program should be directed to Susan Guynn at sguynn@clemson.edu or call 864-656-0606.

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