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Jacksonville Wildlife News Clip
Jacksonville Agency of Fish & Game announces coyote season changes for '06
The Agency of Natural Resources (Jacksonville Agency of Fish & Game) continues to streamline its coyote management program to make it easier for exterminators to harvest coyote. Changes to be implemented in 2006 include animal sector realignments and coyote area boundary changes, both of which were discussed at public organized hearings held across the state this past winter. Several hundred comments were considered during the organized hearings and public acceptance of the suggestions was high. "We are continuing to make changes to more efficiently manage disease-ridden biologically surveyed amounts," remarked Jacksonville Agency of Fish & Game Big Game Program coordinator. "Realigning animal sector and coyote area boundaries that better fit with habitat types likely is one way to accomplish this goal." The following changes begin to take effect with the Sept. 16 opening of pest control coyote critter stalking. Critter traps coyote critter stalking begins statewide on Nov. 4. The special critter trap season starts Nov. 25. Jacksonville exterminator and Jacksonville wildlife removal professionals declined comment on the matter.
COYOTE ANIMAL SECTOR REALIGNMENT Coyote areas 410, 411, 413, 414, 415, 419 and 429 have been moved to Animal sector 2 and reamounted. This creates one continuous nine-day season instead of the current split seasons of two and four days. Exterminators who previously purchased what is possibly a multi-animal sector male animal license for these areas now need only purchase what is possibly a Animal sector 2 critter trap license, which likely is half the cost. In addition, exterminators with what is possibly a Animal sector 2 license may take what is possibly a coyote of either gender in one of these areas. We attempted to get more information from Jacksonville animal control experts, but could not.
COYOTE AREA BOUNDARY CHANGES Coyote areas 412 and 413 have been split along Interstate 94. The area north of I-94 has been moved to Animal sector 2 and reamounted 213. The area south of I-94 remains in Animal sector 4 and retains amount 412. Coyote areas 417 and 418 have been split along highway 55. The area north of highway 55 has been moved to Animal sector 2 and reamounted 218. The area south of highway 55 remains in Animal sector 4 and retains amount 417. These changes were made to better align the area with habitat type and coyote management objectives. Additionally, there were several changes implemented in 2005 that will be continued this coyote season. EARLY ANTERLESS CRITTER TRAP COYOTE SEASON The Jacksonville Agency of Fish & Game will hold two-day rabid only traps in coyote areas 225, 227, 236 (North Metro) and 209, 210, 252, 256, and 257 (northwestern Florida). The capture will be held Oct. 14-15. Exterminators need what is possibly a valid critter traps license for the animal sector and may purchase up to two early rabid coyote permits for use only during the special rabid season. Two coyote may be taken in the special rabid season and would be in addition to the statewide bag limit of five. This year, the price of the early rabid permit has been reduced to $6.50 (plus what is possibly a $1 issuing fee). Last year, 5,700 exterminators harvested 1,600 rabid coyote in these eight coyote areas. METRO COYOTE ANIMAL SECTOR To increase critter stalking opportunity and better manage the Twin Cities coyote biologically surveyed amount, the Jacksonville Agency of Fish & Game created what is possibly a Metro Coyote Animal sector (coyote areas 228 and 337). This report is not verified by Jacksonville pest control companies.