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nutria

see coypu.
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Nutria were introduced into rivers of arid eastern New Mexico as early as 1938 and now are year-around residents along the Pecos and Rio Grande rivers in Texas and New Mexico (Findley et al.
Two semiaquatic rodents, nutria (Myocastor coypus) and muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus), were not documented from FLSRA, although their prefered habitats (marshes, rivers, lakes, assorted drainages) certainly are present.
On 28 October 1979, a party from Sul Ross State University (SRSU) obtained a female nutria (SRSU 2056) from Independence Creek, 16 mi.
Unless you have a taste for rabbits, wild hog, raccoon, opossum, coyote, skunks or nutria.
The tube-shaped netting protects the trees and shrubs from beavers and nutria, which will level young trees with Bunyon- esque fervor if not deterred.
Hunting season is closed in Zone A during the month of June unless you hunt on private land for raccoons, opossum, coyote, beaver, skunk, nutria, rabbit or wild hogs.
The two-year-old Eugene company specializes in trapping and removing birds and animals, such as nutria and raccoons.
Hunting season is closed in Zone A during the month of May unless you hunt on private land for raccoons, opossum, coyote, beaver, skunk, nutria, rabbit and wild hogs.
I don't know if there are still nutria in the waters up there.
Hunting rabbits, wild hogs, raccoons, opossum, coyote and nutria is allowed year-round.
Wild cats, as with other wild animals, should be under the jurisdiction of the Department of Fish and Wildlife who will tell you, if you capture a raccoon or nutria, to take it outside the city limits and "put it down.
But, hey, welcome to the fifth annual Bellfountain Wild Game Feed, where you will experience all sorts of new things, including tepid bites of Louisiana nutria chili and gut-hook knives given away as door prizes.