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Coyote calls (howls and yipping) don’t just serve to let one pack know where another pack is, but as a form of birth control. If a pack rarely hears the howl of another pack on the wind, they’ll have more babies. If they hear frequent howls, they’ll have fewer babies since the resident population is fairly well balanced and resources may be more scarce in the region.