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North Dakota Game and Fish, Agriculture departments offer coyote catalog resource

The statewide effort is designed to connect committed coyote hunters and trappers with landowners who are dealing with coyotes in their areas.

Coyote. (Photo/ North Dakota Game and Fish Department)

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and North Dakota Department of Agriculture are once again opening the Coyote Catalog, a statewide effort designed to connect committed coyote hunters and trappers with landowners who are dealing with coyotes in their areas.

Landowners can sign up on the Department of Agriculture website, nd.gov/ndda.

Hunters and trappers can sign up at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.


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Anyone who registered for the Coyote Catalog in the past must register again to activate their names on the database.
Throughout winter, hunters or trappers may receive information on participating landowners, and they should contact landowners to make arrangements.


Landowners experiencing coyote depredation of livestock should first contact the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services.

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The Coyote Catalog will remain active through March 31, 2021.

For more information, contact Ryan Herigstad at Game and Fish, (701) 595-4463 or rherigstad@nd.gov; or Jamie Good, at the Department of Agriculture, (701) 328-2659 or jgood@nd.gov.

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