(Other than shooting them...)
Every coyote I see seems to be on a serious mission. Trotting fast, following their nose.
On Sat morning I heard steps behind my climber, but thought it was another deer. Then I noticed it wasn't a deer, and turned to look and saw a beautiful red/gray coyote.
I tried to put a pin on him, but he didn't stop. I made some squeaking sounds and finally whistled, but he stopped at 30yds behind a tree then took off at a trot again.
What sounds will stop them in their tracks?
To a deer, every human is a stump.
To a turkey, every stump is a human.