I feel badly for you folks who live where so many freedoms are gone and anxieties run so high.
Here's where I shoot most of my yotes, a few of my deer and elk when I can I can avoid agruments with grazing lease holders who think they own public/BIA/State owned land.
So far in 20 years I've shot no cows, horses, (lamas are tempting), or people or houses. However, one elk got shot by mistake but that wasn't by me.
This pic covers most of the area where the action is.
From my place to the end loop there are two personal shooting ranges with back stops including mine. The green circle on the east is used by the folks that live on that side to practice calling elk during the rut. No shooting as the land is private and posted. But its fun anyway. The the sound of shooting is just a way of live.
As the yotes are accustom to human presence the humans are accustom to shooters presence.