It was an unusually crisp June morning in Morgan County. As daylight broke, wisps of fog swirled eerily above every pond on every farm along Kevin Caudle’s drive from his home.
Kevin could have been just another farmhand going to work in this farming-based community of Eva, but his clothing spoke differently. He was dressed head-to-toe in camouflage and wearing long sleeves.
The Morgan County native does some farm work like most there, but his work is quite unlike the farm work of others who toil the fields. In this community where getting permission to hunt deer is so difficult, farmers beg Kevin to hunt their property.
Kevin, you see, is a coyote hunter.
Coyotes have received a lot of publicity in Alabama in recent years because of their migration to the suburbs, but they have been a thorn in the sides of Alabama farmers...