Wow it’s only 8PM now and the insects or whatever critters in my back yard next to the pond or reservoir, chirping or singing whatever they’re doing, pretty loud, I wonder why they chirp all night long consistently, don’t they get tired? I guess not. I remember last summer there was this one insect so loud, that I went research online and found out it’s so loud that its got it’s own ear mop LOL, yeah it’s true, summer insect though, it’s the loudest of them all. Some insects chirp to communicate, some chirps to get a date or trying to mate :). I know cricket chirp, and at least one of them is in my basement, I’m not sure if I can find any this year in my basement, it’s a finished basement and I spray insect pest protect every year or 6 months just to ensure kept all the bugs out so it won’t bite my daughters.
Modern scientists have come to a few conclusions about this miniature symphony of the night. The first is that only male crickets chirp, and that the sound carries so as to attract females to them while simultaneously acting as a warning to other male crickets to stay out of their territory and away from their females. The reason that crickets chirp at night is assumed to be because crickets are primarily nocturnal insects, though they do sometimes move about and eat in the daytime.