What Sound Does a Coyote Make?
Coyotes make a variety of sounds, including: barking,
howling, huffing, whimpering, whining, yelping, and
yipping. Their calls may be a long, rising and falling
note, or short notes. Coyotes are often heard at dusk
or night. They are most commonly made during mating
season (spring) and when the young coyotes leave to
establish their own territory (fall). When a coyote
calls its pack, he howls a single high note. When the
pack is together, it howls higher, and the rest of the
pack yips and yelps.
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