The coyote is an extremely cautious and intelligent animal that has excellent individual and collective hunting skills. Even cases of true "tactical thinking" are known, when the pack divides into two parts - one part corrals, the other part prepares for an ambush. Coyotes can be in a pack (from 2-3 heads to a couple of dozen) or be a loner. In the latter case, it is not necessarily a sick or weak animal. Rather, on the contrary, a strong male did not share something with the pack leader. The coyote's sense of smell and hearing is simply amazing. This animal can hear sound cues, in the best conditions, at a distance of up to 9000 yards, is able to distinguish up to 200 million smells.
Coyote overpopulation also leads to a decline in ungulate populations, as well as attacks on rural livestock. Coyote hunting can be nocturnal or daytime. Depending on the version chosen, the hunter will need different equipment and different skills. So we've compiled tips and secrets for "day - vs. night coyote hunting."