Intensity - Coyote
Coyotes are solitary creatures and mark their territory with urine. During the winter, coyotes tend to become more social, though. During the cold months, they join forces, creating hunting packs to find food more easily. These hunters are nocturnal, meaning they sleep during the day and hunt at night. This is why you usually only hear coyotes howling at night. Coyotes howl to communicate their location. They also use other noises to communicate. They make huffing noises to call their pups and they bark at others to tell them to stay away.
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