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    I think it sounded similar to fox in distress call. As I know I have a ton of fox on my property that is a lot more plausible than a fisher I have a grey fox on my property that I see periodically and have named him/her "crazy-like-a"

    Thus far i have only heard the fox make that nipping noise. Not a good way to wake up at 5 in the morning on a Saturday!

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    I think it was Bigfoot! It sounds much more dramatic than just your ordinary fox, which is most likely what you heard.
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    I vote for Raccoons In Love . . .



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    yes possibly fox but also porcupines can make some weird noises



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    Quote Originally Posted by Crockpot View Post
    yes possibly fox but also porcupines can make some weird noises
    The OP lives in NC. No porcupines.



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    right. I missed the reference to location.



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    Every morning I have a mourning dove wake me up. Starts right before the light of the dawn.

    Somebody on COTH said a fox sounds like a mad-wild woman being thrown out of a 10 story building. Or something like that effect.

    Bet it was a fox. Yes, they do make terrible noises. But, they are very beneficial. Rather have them than coyotes any day.


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    I think I asked a similar question about a year ago...after researching a lot of sound recommended by COTHers, I deduced it was a fox...mating season. It was alway very early in the morning, when it was still dark, and I heard it only for a few days.



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    Dying bunnies make the most heart wrenching cries. They sound just like a baby screaming. My bets are on bunny getting eaten by one of those numerous foxes the OP has running around.
    "My biggest fear is that when I die my husband is going to try to sell all my horses and tack for what I told him they cost."



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    Dying bunnies make the most heart wrenching cries. They sound just like a baby screaming. My bets are on bunny getting eaten by one of those numerous foxes the OP has running around.
    "My biggest fear is that when I die my husband is going to try to sell all my horses and tack for what I told him they cost."



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