Wildlife killing contests feature hundreds of participants, ready to hunt the wild creatures of natural landscapes. They bring back coyotes, foxes, rabbits, birds and all sorts of other species. But when heaps of animal carcasses are left in the wake of the hunters, the ethics of these events are put into question. Nevertheless, they are legal all across the United States, except for California and Vermont. But other states, like New Mexico and Colorado are building momentum towards putting an end to the practice. Here in Wisconsin, State Senator Fred Risser has recently drafted legislation (LRB-1453/1) that could potentially end the practice for the state of Wisconsin. Producer Kai Brito speaks to the leader of a national non-profit, Camilla Fox, founder and executive director of Project Coyote, to learn just how wildlife killing contests are impacting the environment.