Same here. We had a family of coyotes for a couple of years. They had a burrow under the barn. During the early season the mom would be out during the day hunting and would come back at dusk. As they grew they were venturing out when mom wasn't there. Eventually they grew-up everyone went back to nocturnal life. They kept the mice and chipmunks away from my berry patch.Several years ago we had a family of foxes that burrowed under our front stoop, an entrance no one uses. We enjoyed watching them, the dad would go to the top of the drive and mom would get the kits out of the den where they would play and wrestle. If anyone drove by (we don't get much traffic) dad would sound the alarm and they would all dive back into the den. We could stand in the foyer and watch them through the sidelights.
About dusk we would see them take the kits hunting, one adult leading, one following, all going off single file. You will also have a lot less rodents around also.
Next year they were gone, and I filled the den in with dirt.
We still have them around, as we often hear them at night and see one from time to time