Coyotes may be hunted in all counties year-round in Maryland
From the Maryland Guide to Hunting & Trapping:
The coyotes‘ rapid range expansion throughout North America substantiates their adaptability and ability to thrive in a variety of habitat types. In Maryland, coyote occupy most of the state’s habitat types. Highest densities currently occur in intermixed woodland/farmland areas. However, it is probable that population densities will continue to increase in remaining habitat types, including Maryland’s rapidly increasing suburban corridor. …read more at Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources web site.
Furbearer Hunting & Chasing Regulations: Firearm, bow and/or crossbow hunting of coyote, fisher, gray fox, nutria, opossum, raccoon, red fox, and skunk is permitted (see County Fox Restrictions in previous section for exceptions). Any individual that hunts these species must possess a valid Furbearer Permit. Shooting of all other furbearer species is prohibited. Refer to General Furbearer Regulations for information on the use of firearms, bows, and crossbows for hunting furbearers.
|Coyote Firearms & Archery||Coyotes may be hunted in all counties year-round during daylight hours (½hr. before sunrise to ½ hr. after sunset) except Sunday.||No limit||No limit|
|Oct. 15–Mar. 15||Coyotes may be hunted in all counties day and night except Sundays.||No limit||No limit|