Myrtle Beach City Council passed a first reading of an ordinance that would allow certified wildlife control specialists retained by the city to shoot trapped coyotes after a local trapper complained of having to beat the animals to death to avoid being cited for firing a gun in city limits.
Myrtle Beach City Council passed a first reading of an ordinance that would allow certified wildlife control specialists retained by the city to shoot trapped coyotes after a local trapper complained of having to beat the animals to death to avoid being cited for firing a gun in city limits.
Myrtle Beach City Council passed a first reading of an ordinance that would allow certified wildlife control specialists retained by the city to shoot trapped coyotes after a local trapper complained of having to beat the animals to death to avoid being cited for firing a gun in city limits.

Myrtle Beach leaders consider law to allow certain specialists to kill trapped coyotes

January 12, 2016 9:53 PM

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