I recently asked a question about coyotes, because I suspect that they’re entering my property. Now I want to know if they travel in packs – do they?
Do Coyotes Travel In Packs?
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Yes, they do. Some also travel alone, but they typically have a highly organized social system and territories, even in urban and suburban areas. Usually, they’d have 3-7 adults and 2-7 puppies, but I read that there are reports from community residents of sightings of up to 21 individuals in some packs.
They usually hunt alone or in pairs though, so you won’t probably see that many at once.
If you see a coyote, don’t run away. Instead, you should wave your arms, yell or make a loud noise, and/or throw something at the coyote.