Any Rockland County animal that has decided to invade your house is considered a pest, especially if that animal is not beneficial to you. These can vary from spiders, to rats, to bats, to birds, each bringing with them a whole host of problems. Furthermore, if you can hear an animal but cannot see it you may wonder if you are able to detect what kind of animal it is simply from the noises it makes.
One of the things you need to know is what time of day the New York animal is at work. If there is increased activity during the day you know that the animal cannot be a nocturnal animal such as the bat or the raccoon, as it is operating in the wrong time (there are a few exceptions to this rule but it only really applies to those areas very close to the poles of the earth). But you still need to distinguish what noises it makes during the day to find out what it actually is.
One of the noises that a bird, not specifically a Rockland County pigeon, would make is a flapping sound made by them moving their wings. This helps limit the possibilities down to what the animal could be but it still may be a different type of animal, say a crow. The main difference here is the fact that the pigeon will make a coo type of sound. This cooing (that is what it is called) can be used for many different types of communication, however they have been known to make a grunting sound during times they are distressed.
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