Bats make noises that resemble mice, including screeching and scratching. While bats do hibernate in the winter, homeowners may hear them in the attic when it first begins to get cold. More »

Raccoons are known to chatter, trill, squeal, growl and scream. They are much more vocal as young cubs than as adults, and frequent high-pitched vocalizations from adults are a symptom of rabies. More »

Cats communicate with meows, hisses, purrs, yowls and growls. A kitten meows to call its mother, but adult cats tend to use the meow almost exclusively to communicate with humans, instead of other cats. A female cat in h... More »

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According to the Defenders of Wildlife, some bats eat mammals such as mice. About 70 percent of bats are insectivores and function as pest controllers. BatsLive indicates that most of the rest of bats consume fruit and n... More »

Bats communicate with each other through echolocation, the use of very high-frequency sounds. Using sound enables bats to visualize objects of any size in their environment. More »

To attract bats, allow insects to live on the property and install bat houses near a water source. Allowing old buildings and trees to remain on the property also attracts bats. Bat houses might remain unoccupied for a y... More »

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Bats can walk, albeit clumsily. Their bodies are so highly adapted for flight that their legs serve mostly as attachment points for the surface of their wings. Crawling on the ground requires a lot of energy from bats be... More »