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Discussion in 'Dogs' started by braines4, Jan 10, 2018.
Good pics... a new world and old world pig!!! Awesome
They are studying coyotes with collars as well. Predation of adult deer isnt an issue, its fawns thats the problem.
Show me where it is all season testing here in mo. ansd not something done back in the 70's
Didnt say anything about Missouri...
But they WILL have an idea of predation from the new deer study.
Bullcrap lol you collar a few deer and hope something kills it or do you collar a few yotes and get real results that are actually correct, pretty simple way to get the real results
Its the same thing if you want to know the impact on deer. How are you going to know when a yote kills and eats a deer?
gps tracking collars pretty simple if its still for more than hour during the night its prolly munching on something. Get their butts out of the chair and check it out.
I know we have collared yotes and had people kill them in iowa and call us. me I have only seen one collared yote and it had bells on it, distracted me just long enough to get away.
Never seen a collared deer though
I cant see how they would be able to do that study efficiently... Not saying it wouldnt work, but as big as yote home ranges are youd have to have 6 or 7 teams at the ready every night across several counties, then there would still be no way to determine how the deer died, just that it had been eaten...
Come on your better than that, your telling me if you walk up to a dead deer carcass you couldn't look around and see if a death fight had occurred or if it was a random dead deer,or maybe a coon or rabbit or a mouse for Henry, you might want to look up tracking collars the hound guys use now a days , they are pretty astounding and I am sure MDC could get even better
Yote dove in the Hawk-Henry vortex.
Sure, maybe you could. Im just saying I dont know that it would pass scrutiny thats all.
I wasnt talking about the collars effective range bwing the issue, I was referencing response teams. They are finding trapped coyotes 100s if miles from their release point. If the coyote is stationary for an hour then over an hour drive for the response team... it just gets very difficult. Deer and turkeys just dont move that far under normal circumstances.
Well because Hawk sparked my interest I happened to read some "so called " reports from "studies " and found in the final analysis of what I've read there are a lot of ASSUMING THAT and PROBABILITIES and DATA MAY SUGGEST and COULD BE and MITE IFs ... lots of ambiguity and room for multiple conclusions.
Thats how almost every study is concluded.
Which ones are you reading?
Just for the night I was bored, wife is working late
well Hawk I guess you could get the four out where I hunt , pretty sure they home bound yotes and not transients. They stay pretty close to home. I imagine I could put some dogs in a draw in the morning and run the blonde one out , but we prolly should start with the alpha male at the other end first.
I didn't save the links I'll have to look them back up sometime
Seems like drone technology is the next step. Get there faster than any team could....
That could work if anyone actually wants this info and cant get it via tracking the prey.
Just let hawk look them up, he is google jedi master he is, yes....
The studies conclude very little except what happened to the samples in the study group. The actual logical conclusions will be in the results of the study. If you want to claim a study says whatever you want it to , just read the discussion and circle words with your red marker.
The end of the day there are alot of studies that concluded predator control can be effective , even on coyotes.