Nuisance Coyote Zoom

— Written By Jamie Warner
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Coyote on Alert

N.C. Cooperative Extension of Jones, Craven, and Pamlico County offices are hosting a Zoom on nuisance animals, specifically focusing on coyotes. The Zoom session will be on August 27, 2020, at 10 a.m. with North Carolina Wildlife Biologist Christopher Kent covering:

  • What are the laws surrounding the protection of your livestock from predators?
  • What do you do if your livestock / poultry are attacked or injured by a wild animal?
  • What are effective animal husbandry techniques?
  • How do you get a permit to trap outside of regular trapping season?
  • What are the rules surrounding coyote management on your property / in your county?
  • What are the telltale signs the attack on livestock / poultry are from a wild animal and not domestic dogs?
  • What wildlife diseases should you worry about with livestock / poultry?
  • What do you do if you find a diseased wild animal on your property?

Registration form

This is a free session, but registration is required. Please contact Katie Carter, 252-876-5606, kmcarte4@ncsu.edu for more information.