Who’s Trapping Coyotes on Aquidneck Island?

by | Apr 5, 2017 | Hunting in Rhode Island

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The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Division of Law Enforcement (DLE) is seeking information about two recent incidents on Aquidneck Island of coyotes with illegal leg-hold traps.

Anyone with information on who set these traps is asked to contact DLE at 401-222-3070008 (2)

 

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  1. Susan Costa

    Oooh, someone’s in trouble! S.

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    • tcorayer

      yes ma’am, someone is…and they should be!

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