In recent years, wildlife killing contests have taken root in Minnesota, as well as almost every other state in the country. The name is straightforward: they are competitions for killing the most — or largest, or smallest — of a certain species of wildlife within a designated time period. The most common victims are coyotes, but mountain lions, wolves, raccoons, foxes, crows, rabbits, bobcats and prairie dogs are all targeted as well. Three of these horrific contests are soon to take place in our backyard.
Contestants, who sometimes are children, typically pay a registration fee to the sponsoring organization, which might be a sportsman’s club, a local restaurant or bar, a veterans organization or even a chamber of commerce.
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