SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Winter is a time when the food items-getting instincts of coyotes, bobcats and other animals can pose difficulties for livestock proprietors and other rural landowners.

People needing looking or trapping alternatives to these troubles must strategy to go to the Missouri Division of Conservation’s (MDC) clinic “Learning to Hunt: Predator Hunting” Feb. 5 at MDC’s Andy Dalton Capturing Variety and Outdoor Education Centre. This facility is found at 4897 N. Greene County Farm Road 61 around Ash Grove. This cost-free clinic will be 8:30-11:30 a.m.

Individuals can master the calls, techniques, firearms and approaches utilized in predator hunting. MDC Assistant Outside Education and learning Heart Manager Steve Govero will also protect the rules for fixing troubles induced by coyotes, bobcats, crows and other species that can be troublesome. COVID treatments will be in put for this software, which implies masking and social distancing will be suggested.

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