This question is moderately inspired by this one, or at least the speculative answer "birds" that is ruled out on a second review of the video.
Various animals have learned signals of severe immediate danger that causes them to flee certain hazards. However, the hazard of "rocket launch" is sufficiently rare and modern that most wildlife have probably not learned how to get away from a rocket that is about to launch, or even be able to tell that a rocket is about to launch.
Prior to launch, the range is cleared of humans and certain human vehicles (drones, etc.) and that's part of the check sequence. Also, a certain number of insects etc. are just expected to die in the firing of rocket engines that are boosting payloads to orbit.
Prior to certain other events (e.g. demolitions by implosion), there are warning signals sounded so that any creature close enough to feel alarmed will run away.
The question is, is there any siren or warning signal sounded before rocket launches, to give wildlife a heads up to get out of there?