Welcome to the World Championship Coyote Calling Contest® (WCCCC®) site. We are possibly the oldest continuous coyote calling event in the United States starting back in 1988. Our name may be a little miss leading to some but it is a 28 year old name that focuses on the great American predator and killer; the coyote. Yes, our group is all about the wonderful, difficult, and challenging sport of calling coyotes. This amazing and dangerous predator has been one of the great scourges of the American west since it was first explored. This resourceful and killing specialist predator makes it’s living by killing and eating everything. There is no question that this predator is a necessary part of nature’s plan and balance but they must be monitored and the numbers must be controlled.
The WCCCC® is all about understanding and respecting the coyote and adding badly needed and continuous conservation control involving this predator. Calling a clever coyote is a skill, a talent, an obsession to those that love it!
The WCCCC® offer opportunities for coyote calling enthusiast’s to gather and compare notes, stories, experiences, get training, get equipment, and share in the excitement of coyote calling. TheWCCCC® welcomes the very young and the very old, novice, experts, men, women, professional people, ranchers, factory workers, native Americans, people of all races, store clerks, insurance salesmen, doctors, dentist, families, best friends, farmers, city folks, and country folks too; basically all walks of life and interest. Coyote calling is hard and fun.
The WCCCC® site explains and explores everything about the great American predator, the coyote. They are unique to the western hemisphere and they fulfill a role in nature, as do humans. They are listed as the number one (1) damage-causing predator by the United States Department of Agriculture under the Wildlife Services Division owning the assigned number of number one (1) on the list. This is above wolves, bobcats, snakes, foxes, eagles, hawks, feral dogs, and more. The need to manage this predator is not new either and there is solid documentation back for over 100 years on managing coyote numbers. The WCCCC® offers the opportunity for the top coyote callers in the world to join together at least once per year to determine who is worthy of being called the “Best in the World” for that year. They share stories, trade ideas; train others, and more each year.
The WCCCC® knows and accepts that this predator, the coyote, needs to be a part of nature and to help the balance but they also know that they must be monitored and controlled. This predators kills and eats everything including, wild animal fawns, pets of all sizes, birds, grasshoppers, bugs, watermelons, apples, sheep, calves, cows, horses young and old, chickens, ducks, geese, fish, all types of wild animals young and old, and much more. They are a documented danger and serious threat to humans of all ages. It is well documented on attacks, injuries and even deaths caused by coyotes on humans. Nothing and no one is safe from this predator. The WCCCC® works to properly and truthfully educate sportsman, hunters, farmers, ranchers, children, adults, basically all humans of the dangers of this determined predator and the need to monitor and control them in our country.
We hope you find value in our site, our statements, and facts, and our contribution to the effort to manage and control this great predator. You will find that we do not believe in eradication of this predator in anyway but we know the need to monitor and control its expansion in the Western Hemisphere. We must properly protect our civilized world and its citizens both young and old. This predator, that makes its living killing, is expanding across the United States and the entire Western Hemisphere and many responsible and realistic humans are concerned. Living in harmony with coyotes involves controlling them. Not just saying “No No… bad coyote” and shaking your finger at them. Please look us over and understand the truth about the dangerous but necessary coyote in our western world.