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Primarily serving central NC, SC, and VA


Providing guidance counseling regarding coyote behavior, issues, and removal.


Unique equipment is necessary to be successful dealing with coyotes. We have a full line of the latest tools and accessories available.


For those desiring coyotes to be dealt with without the fuss ... we specialize in removal of coyotes from your property.


Understanding coyotes ...

About Canis latrans
Also called prairie wolf or brush wolf, is a New World member of the dog family (Canidae) that is smaller and more lightly built than the wolf. The coyote, whose name is derived from the Aztec coyotl, is found from Alaska southward into Central America, but especially on the Great Plains. Historically, the eastern border of its range was the Appalachians, but the coyote has expanded its range and now can be found throughout the United States and Canada.
On January 8, 2020, a coyote attacked a six-year-old boy in Lincoln Park in Chicago, Ill. The boy's caretaker was able to scare the animal away and the boy survived. Such attacks on humans are very rare. This was the first in the city for decades. But young children especially should be very careful around these animals.
We believe the only effective way to deal with the growing population of these animals is to hunt and remove them. Here you'll find a few pictures and videos of our recent activities ...

Our Sniper Team


Jonny Creech has worked coyote issues
for the past decade throughout the Carolinas

Team El-Chupacabre

A group of dedicated coyote hunters

The chupacabra was a very recent addition to the Mysterious Monster Club, coming many decades after Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster made their debuts. But only a few years after the chupacabra first appeared on the scene, the mystery was solved.

Bigfoot, the mysterious beast said to roam the North American wilderness, is named after what it leaves behind: big footprints. Bigfoot's Hispanic cousin, the chupacabra, is also named for what it leaves behind: dead animals. Though goats are said to be its favorite prey (chupacabra means "goat sucker" in Spanish), it has also been blamed for attacks on cats, rabbits, dogs, chickens, calves, sheep, livestock, and other animals.

CoyoteSnipers are no mystery. We are able to take care of your chupacabras.

And we leave with the dead ones.

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