Last edited by hardstalk; 06-05-2013 at 09:28 AM.
Any serious job related trip may need a photographer and a navigator as well. "Who are all these people on your expense report? do they work for us?"
I don't have livestock, we don't have wolves, I don't live in a area where the coyote populations are big enough to be a nuisance and I'm not going to eat one, so I've had no reason to hunt them.
I understand the need to deal with nuisance and threat animals and the need to control the populations.
What makes me curious is when I see a comment like yours or the other day when I saw a truck from Idaho with a "Smoke a pack a day" sticker. Makes it seem like coyotes and wolves in general are just pests that need to be eradicated.
It's just me mulling it over for my personal satisfaction, so I'm not looking to get in on the deabte about whether to hunt them or not, just curious to hear a view from that side.
Last edited by JMSZ; 06-05-2013 at 10:16 AM.
Ah, the nostalgic aroma of a yak dung stove brewing up some tea full of herbs best left untranslated.
From the Zen Backpacking Site
The last coyote I shot was fubar...I was driving through the pasture using the "Sounds like something's dying" Taylor Swift call on the radio and he ran in to check it out. He was shot with a 300wm while fleeing the scene of the accident.