First I learned all the sounds I make with my mouth having critters in my face. sounds are not what I need I need to know, habit and behaviour along with that sound is what I need on the critters I am talking about. the flyers I will have that by the end of the year as far as distress I need the social calls. these are the calls that will work in control work. for instance on Friday I had a coon in the bottom of the fire place with a rusted shut and froze damper. I went to the top of the chimney and did upset coon pups vocal, she came right up to me spiting mad. I just need to see close enough to get the pole on her. I had another coon I just needed to see if she was there I just did some easy calm pup whimpers and she showed her self but no attack mode. I learned almost 30 years ago how to call young grey squirrels with a certain adult vocal. another vocal to get juvenile greys to show them self in attic. I also learned how to call adult females that have pups, that was learned one day when I grabbed one and mom ran up my leg. I learned that sound fast LOL there always seemed to be words like "what the ^&%$" added at the end LOL the flyers I will have the distress sounds down before the end of the year the social sounds is the ones I need to get along with body Lang that will be harder and the young will be real hard. I will not be able to get any fox distress or social at all I was hoping those Oklahoma boys that get them in the houses could shed some light on those. the pine or red well the mid west boys are blessed with those cursed things I was hoping they could she some light. All animals have social vocals. the social sounds go along way. heck for bucks you can't beat a social grunt in the early fall. or the calm fawn bawl that is used to locate mom. and the easy short bleat of the doe for the fawn. Trapper Paul got me on this kick Sunday night during the pod cast so blame him.