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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2021 @ 6:00 PM PST

Join us as we present team Predator World Hunting. These passionate predators hunters are at the top of their field and are willing to teach methods, tips, and tricks to help you become a successful coyote caller and hunter.

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Coyote Management - Livestock & Ungulate Protection

Coyote Management - Livestock & Ungulate Protection

 The coyote is a highly adaptable species, and one of the few that has expanded its North AmericanThe coyote is a highly adaptable species, and one of the few that has expanded its North Americanrange over the past century in pace with the spread of human settlements and developments.(1)

Coyotes kill an estimated one to threeCoyotes kill an estimated one to threepercent of all domestic sheep ewes and four to nine percent of all lambs in the United States each year.This wily predator has also caused havoc on poultry farms in some areas and occasionally at beef anddairy ranches during calving time. Further, profiteering from growing urban sentiments about “living inharmony with nature,” coyotes have become an increasing threat to domestic pets in many urban areas.(1)

In terms of relationships with other wildlife, in some areas coyote predation has been demonstrated toIn terms of relationships with other wildlife, in some areas coyote predation has been demonstrated tobe the largest source of fawn mortality for ungulates such as bighorn sheep, deer and pronghorns. Theyalso compete for local food resources with several other carnivore furbearers including bobcats, lynxes,foxes, weasels, raccoons, minks, and martens, and also prey on the young and sometimes the adults ofall of those species. In addition coyotes almost certainly prey upon several species of endangered orthreatened small mammals and amphibians (e.g., mountain beaver and Oregon spotted frog), particularlyin the Lower Mainland where the habitat is extremely fragmented and where coyotes have only recentlybecome more abundant and widespread than in the past.(1)

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About Predator World Hunting

About Predator World Hunting

I’m Kris Haughian, host and co-owner of Predator World Hunting. Predator  hunting is my passion – correction – my obsession, and has been for the best part of 30 years. 

I was introduced to predator hunting by my father, at the age of 8. He would take me out, blow on the old Circe and Faulks hand calls and I would watch as coyotes from a mile out would charge to the exact spot the sound originated. I was so impressed with their keen senses, instincts, and response to the call. I remember Dad making a homemade e-caller with an old auto four-track cassette player he took from his ‘64 Merc Meteor. It had a 40 watt alpine amplifier, two 6-volt lantern batteries and a 90-foot speaker cable. He played Johnny Stewart’s Jackrabbit recording and had to flip the tape to side B when side A was done to take the coyote’s focus from us and put it on the distant speaker. This drew them closer into shotgun range. It was such a rush; I was hooked from the very beginning! 

Since then I have been working to hone the craft of predator calling and coyote management in my home province of Saskatchewan. I have helped many landowners and ranchers with predator management over the years. I have averaged more than 30 days in the field every fur season for the past 15 plus years. During that time, my knowledge and successes have grown. To this day, I learn something new each time we are out in the field. No two days are ever the same, and the unique, unpredictable nature is what makes this obsession so exciting and addictive. 

My goal is to one day solve the mystery of what makes predators respond some days and not the others. What drives them that day.  If I never solve the mystery, the journey will be worth every moment. 

My father, now in his 70’s, still enjoys going with me for a day of predator calling just as much, if not more than he did 30 years ago. I hope I’m that fortunate to be 70 and enjoying the predator adventures with my son! 

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