9 Animals That Scare Off Coyotes

Guardian Dog Breeds: Large guardian dog breeds like Great Pyrenees, Anatolian Shepherds, or Akbash dogs are known for their ability to protect livestock and deter coyotes.

Donkeys: Donkeys are naturally territorial and can be effective in scaring off coyotes with their loud braying and aggressive behavior.

Llamas and Alpacas: Llamas and alpacas are protective animals that can fend off coyotes by chasing or kicking them.

Livestock Guardian Animals: Livestock such as cattle, horses, and goats can act as a deterrent to coyotes due to their size and protective instincts.

Guardian Geese: Geese are known to be loud and aggressive towards intruders, including coyotes, making them effective guardians for small farms or properties.

Guardian Emus or Ostriches: These large birds can be intimidating to coyotes and may chase them away with their size and aggressive behavior.

Guardian Pigs: Pigs are strong and can be protective of their territory, deterring coyotes with their presence and behavior.

Guardian Kangaroos: In certain regions like Australia, kangaroos have been used to protect livestock from predators like dingoes (similar to coyotes).

Human Presence: Regular human activity and the presence of people can also deter coyotes from entering an area, especially if they associate humans with potential danger.

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