That is insane! Experiencing something like that in person has to be at least a little unnerving. I’ve heard coyotes go off like that in much greater distances, but not so close you can get them on video.
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This hunter uses a lip squeak to draw the coyotes into range and makes some good shots when he is given the opportunity.
As coyotes expand their range, hunters looking to see more deer need to do their part in controlling these predators. In the southeast United States, only 25% of deer fawns live to three months of age and coyotes are the number one killer of fawns.
A couple of coyotes put on quite a show just outside of San Francisco recently, when they teamed up for a howling session. Fortunately, someone had a camera to capture the duo as they did their thing.
Andrew Bland admits he was lucky enough to be on the spot with a camera when two coyotes began a howling duet. Bland captured the pair as they yipped, barked, howled, squeaked and generally sounded like a whole chorus of ‘yotes.
Get a load of this singing!
This video will give you the goosebumps.
You never really know what’s lurking in the woods until you can see it, or in this case, hear it. In the video below, a hunter who’s posted up on a seat in the woods with rifle in lap howls for coyotes while a cameraman stands nearby.
His first coyote call doesn’t get a response. But the second call, well, let’s just say I hope he is a good shot with that rifle.
STAMFORD, Connecticut (WABC) — A 12-year-old girl says she was stalked by a trio of coyotes as she walked home from school in Stamford.
Now the town is raising the alarm.
“It was pretty scary, I was more in shock than scared,” said the girl, Navya Sharma.
Jimmer Mackinnon posts on youtube.com I was on the phone with my G.F. when this started, so I quick got my camera, and captured the audio in total darkness, thus the black screen. It’s the sound of “Coy Dogs” here at my home at the Canadian border in Vermont! The animals that make these scary sounds are a cross between a domestic dog & a coyote! (Possibly a Wolf & Coyote?) It really took a long time to adjust to living with these things! I still wouldn’t wanna run into a pack of ’em in the dark!
It was a snowy Friday afternoon when Mona Giles headed over to her friend’s house in the small gated community of Whispering Pines in Pine Lake, Alta.
She popped in quick to grab her, when they both noticed some movement in the backyard.
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“We were both shocked,” said Giles as they watched the coyote at first jump up to eat the tree’s fruit, and then decide it was going to make the climb.
The coyote can be seen carefully balanced on the thin branches as it makes it way to the top, all while having a nice evening snack.
She posted it to Facebook on Sunday, and it had more than 500,000 views by Thursday — and growing by the thousands every hour.