NORTH CAROLINA - A judge just issued a temporary injunction to stop coyote hunting at night in five North Carolina counties.
Night hunting was first allowed in the state this year to control the coyote population.
A judge stopped it in Dare, Tyrrell, Hyde, Washington and Beaufort counties because hunters have accidentally shot four endangered red wolves.
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