Footage of Trapped, Shot Coyote; ALIVE AND STILL COMING!

*CAUTION-this video contains graphic footage

SPECIAL TRAPPING RESTRICTIONS FOR KY

All traps must bear a metal tag giving either the name and address of the trapper, or a unique identification number issued by the department as well as the 1-800-25-ALERT phone number.

Any trap found without a tag can be immediately confiscated by the department without a court order. All traps must be visited at least once every twenty-four (24) hours and all animals removed. Coyotes can only be trapped during furbearer trapping seasons. Trappers must harvest furbearers upon capture, unless they possess a captive wildlife permit from Kentucky Fish and Wildlife. Spotted skunks are protected year round and may not be taken or possessed. Report incidental trappings to Kentucky Fish and Wildlife. It is illegal to intentionally obstruct or disrupt the right of a person to lawfully take wildlife by trapping.

For more info please visit:

https://fw.ky.gov/Hunt/Pages/Furbearer-Hunting-and-Trapping.aspx

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