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Hazing is a method that makes use of deterrents to move an animal out of an area or discourage an undesirable behavior or activity. Hazing can help maintain a coyote’s fear of humans and deter them from backyards and play spaces.
Using a variety of different hazing tools is critical so that coyotes don’t get used to redundant or single stimulus devices, sounds, and actions.
The simplest method of hazing a coyote involves being loud and large:
There are several tools that you can carry with you while walking your dog that can be used to repel coyotes. These include: Homemade noisemakers, Whistle or small air horn (you can purchase small air horn “necklaces”)
Remember, keeping pets and pet food inside is the best way to keep coyotes out of your yard. If you do encounter coyotes, all of the above methods can be used in your yard at home. First, try the “Go away coyote!” method (yell and wave your arms). Here are some additional methods you can also use:
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