Listen: Younger Age, Bob And Kanaan discussed on Dr. Drew
"Often classified as non game or fur-bearing animals and game species generally have a season and a limit and those are prescribed by our state wildlife agencies, coyotes and sometimes Bob cats foxes, some of the other species targeted killing contest to not have those limits, and they don't have seasons. So that's really what we're, we're pointing out here is the fact that there's open season on these on species. Then could get to your second question. What we also Notre scientists that the indiscriminate killing of these animals. Whether it's a Coyote, a Bob cat a mountain lion. A wolf that does not address any kind of site-specific problem. So the indiscriminate killing can actually increase conflicts, and we know this against science, because when you start disrupting the social structure of animals, and in particular, Kanaan's, wild, Canaan, such as coyotes and wolves, we know that, that can actually lead to an increase in the number of animals, particularly for coyotes and also an increase in the number of conflicts and to understand why that's because often we remove the alpha animals when they're shot or trapped or poisoned, those out the animals are the ones that generally do the breeding, and the provisioning. And so when those individuals are removed at allow for younger ones within the family structure to start. Reading at a younger age. And it also opens up a vacant niche for other animals to come and fill in that void."