How do black bears communicate with each other?

When the need arises, they communicate with grunts by expelling air in different ways, or with a resonant “voice.” Bears use the same vocalizations and body language toward people that they do toward each other, and knowing those sounds can help people react appropriately to bears they encounter.

Then, what is the sound of a bear called?

This is a list of vocabulary related to sounds of animals

Beeshum and buzz
Birdschirrup, chirp, twitter, tweet, sing, whistle

Do bears make noise?

Similar to a cat's purring, bears make this pleasure sound when they are especially comfortable, nursing, or eating a special treat. Adults make this sound with a deeper voice. The cub is making the cooing sounds and the mother grunts, which is a common sound mothers make to cubs.

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