Nope, i mean birds of pray can see their pray on the ground when they are very high up, and cats have a second layer of cells in their eyes that helps reflect light (thats where the cats can see in dark comes from, any extra light is captured, but in complete darkness they are just as blind. But dogs see in black and white. Your hearing and sight are not connected like that though, just because one can do better than humans doesnt mean the other can
Many insects can see ultraviolet light. In fact, many flowers have UV patterns on them we can't see that direct insects to the middle where the nectar and pollen is. Some animals can see infrared light as well.