If you've ever heard a pack of coyotes howling at night, you know the wonder of these wild dog sounds!
Like other wild dogs, coyotes bark and howl to communicate with other pack members and protect their territory. However, the howl of a coyote is different than the howl of other canines, such as wolves. Coyote howls are shorter and more varied, causing some people to call them a “yip-howl” combination. Like other dogs, coyotes often join together in a chorus of yip-howls which, in addition to yips and howls, may include yaps and barks. This group song serves to establish the coyote’s territory as well as help the pack bond. Young coyote pups also make other sounds, such as whines or yelps, to get the attention of their adult pack-mates.This app will allow you to hear, learn and even try to imitate these wild dogs! Adults and kids alike will learn something new about coyote sounds with these amazing examples.
Experience the mystery of coyote communication with sounds from real coyotes!