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by mrvmax
Fri Jan 02, 2015 7:09 pm
Forum: Hunting Photos
Topic: Called - 26 lb. Bobcat (thermal video)
Replies: 10
Views: 3134

Re: Called - 26 lb. Bobcat (thermal video)

baldeagle wrote:
Redneck_Buddha wrote:
mrvmax wrote:People do not understand why predators are killed since they have never experienced losing cattle, chickens, goats etc. When it costs you money week after week the predators have to go.
I hear some residential areas of Travis County are having big problems with wild cats attacking and killing pets.
Our neighbor's dog was eaten by coyotes a while ago. I live in Richardson, so not exactly country.
I have seen coyotes in my neighborhood early in the morning (0330 early). When their food or water sources dwindle they will move into places they would not normally go. A friend has had coyotes kill his chickens, ducks and goats. He has gotten a couple of them but they are pretty quick and come in the wee hours so they are hard a bit elusive.
by mrvmax
Mon Dec 15, 2014 8:45 pm
Forum: Hunting Photos
Topic: Called - 26 lb. Bobcat (thermal video)
Replies: 10
Views: 3134

Re: Called - 26 lb. Bobcat (thermal video)

People do not understand why predators are killed since they have never experienced losing cattle, chickens, goats etc. When it costs you money week after week the predators have to go.

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