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Folks agree wildlife are a treat to see alive for many rather than in traps and snares

Posted on November 6,2016

Known as a symbiotic relationship in a display of mutualism. The coyote assists the badger in catching prey and the badger assists the coyote who waits at times at the exit hole. The interrelationships of species is something to be honored and understood. Unequivocally, folks agree wildlife are a treat to see alive for many rather than in traps and snares elected by a selfish and powerful few. Wildlife are what draws residents and tourists to Montana and are our most treasured resource.

Spotted! A Coyote and Badger Hunting Together
Spotted! A Coyote and Badger Hunting Together

A rare treat to see, but not for trappers to destroy.
Trapper comment - catches badgers and foxes 20 feet from each other

 

 

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