Rabbits are common garden pests that often have litters in shallow depressions in residential lawns. While in yards, they dig up plants, eat vegetation, and burrow into the ground.
Most commonly, rabbits make muttering sounds amongst themselves or squeal when they're in pain. Sometimes they cluck or chug in their sleep, much like humans snore. People may be able to hear them darting through vegetation or digging if they're close enough. Finally, if rabbits get inside, residents might hear soft bounding sounds or clicking as their nails scratch against wood.
Problems, Control & Removal
These pests damage landscaping, which costs property owners lots of money to repair. They also bite and spread diseases such as tularemia. Finally, rabbits breed quickly, so their populations easily become overwhelming. As such, individuals should contact wildlife control at the first sign of rabbit infestations.