Coyotes after the kill

What is proper etiquette for collecting and disposing of coyotes?
Coyotes are classified as a Predator which means they may be taken in any amount, at any time, and in any manner not prohibited by state or federal law, by holders of the appropriate valid Idaho hunting, trapping, or combination hunting and fishing licenses, provided such taking is not in violation of state, county, or city laws, ordinances, or regulations.  A spot lighting permit is required to hunt coyotes on public land when using a spotlight. Coyotes do not need to be salvaged although in the winter their hides do have value in the fur trade.  The question of what to do with the carcases after a successful hunt.  Animal carcasses can be placed in your regular trash recepticle for your home.  They also may be left in the field after harvesting, but please consider what it will look like to the public.  So, proper etiquette is to hide the carcasses behind a bush and not leave a pile of dead stuff along the side of the road which could be considered littering.
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Thursday, January 15, 2015 - 5:00 PM MST