Wild Sounds Of The West: The Territorial Chorus Of Coyotes’ Group-Yip-Howl

· Aug. 11, 2018, 10:00 am
Photo: Wildsounds | Howling Coyote - USFWSCourtesy of USFWS
A coyote communicates with other animals at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge by howling.

The sounds of coyotes for travel for miles. And biologist say coyotes sing a particular songs once they have settle in an area. It's called the group-yip-howl. In this episode, Mary Ann Bonnell, a park ranger in Jefferson County Open Space, introduces us to how coyotes broadcast their territory.

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