The North Carolina Predator Hunters Association
Mission: To serve our communities and our state by helping farmers, ranchers, and landowners control problem predators, especially non-native, invasive species such as the coyote.
We are an established association that is focused on the predator animals of North Carolina, a group that can help support the growing needs of predator hunters in North Carolina . We are an association of ethical and responsible hunters who are hunting state regulated game animals. Our goal is to have an association for all hunters that have a need or desire to hunt and learn more about the predators we have here in our state, especially coyotes, foxes, bobcats, ground hogs, and feral hogs.
We are building this organization so that we will have a chance to educate the public and other hunters on how these animals are causing problems across our state . We will continue to hold seminars on the “how to’s” of predator hunting along with kid seminars on getting started with predator hunting . We have been talking with other organizations on what we can do to help them with predator problems that they might be having, and have helped ranchers and farmers with their predator problems.
We have registered with the State Agriculture Department so that more land owners and farmers will be able to contact us if they are having issues with these animals. Lastly, we have been making suggestions to the North Carolina Wildlife Commission on some of their regulations, and have successfully changed some of those regulations for the benefit of the public and our fellow predator hunters. We feel there are more regulations that could be changed to better serve the public in hunting these animals.