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High Plains Outdoors: Predator Control

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Now is prime time for thinning the number of predators.

Now is prime time for thinning the number of predators. When coyote and bobcat numbers are too high, ground nesting birds such as these wild turkeys take a heavy hit. In today's show, Luke talks about a recent coyote hunt near his home in an area that was recently stocked with Rio Grande Wild turkey. You can contact Luke via his website www.catfishradio.org