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Small Game

Bobcat & Fox

Hunting with dogs allowed. Bobcats and foxes may be hunted with small game firearms or centerfire firearms of .17 caliber or larger. Manual calls only.

Coyotes, Armadillos, Groundhogs, Beavers, Starlings, Pigeons & English Sparrows

No closed season. No limit. Electronic calls may be used for hunting coyotes. There is no closed season for trapping beavers and coyotes. See 2015-16 Season, Dates & Limits for sesons.


Complete trapping regulations are available at or from any WRD office. See 2015-16 Season, Dates & Limits for seasons.


Valid falconry permit and hunting license required. For more information go to :

  • See Late-Season Migratory Bird brochure for falconry waterfowl season information.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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