Nevada Predator Management
Coyotes, mountain lions and ravens are common predators in Nevada. While predators are important to a balanced ecosystem, in some areas of the state, these predators endanger the establishment of new wildlife populations, or contribute to the decline of existing species.
Wildlife damage management can be effective when well-defined predator problems are identified. Often times, when predator problems exist that endanger wildlife populations or threaten declining species, controls can be implemented to manage those problems.
Nevada Predation Management Plan - 2015
Status Report - FY14