Coyotes and Their Impact on Local Deer Populations With Dr. Michael Chamberlain

In this episode of the Deer Season 365 Podcast, we are talking with Dr. Michael Chamberlain of the University of Georgia about coyote research he’s been involved with. We start with the basics of coyote biology and ecology before diving into the impacts they are having on deer populations and how hunters and land managers can mitigate that impact through hunting, trapping and habitat management.

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