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Re: midwest frog song

Subject: Re: midwest frog song
From: Rob Danielson <>
Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 09:31:30 -0500
Rich, Jeff and Stan--

Thanks for your reports and reminders.  Think I'll go out to the
Kickapoo Reserve end of next week- a little further south than Stan I
assume. If no frogs then valleys full of turkey at dawn. Enjoy your
excursions! I'll report back.
Rob D.

  =3D =3D =3D =3D =3D =3D

>I recorded night and dawn in Dunn County WI (Western WI) on 4/8/02.
>This was the first day of complete loss of snow cover. No frogs at
>all yet.  Barred Owls just starting and Turkeys in full. Very wet
>this week and things are due to start very shortly.
>I hope to return to southern MN on 4/15 & 4/16 after I finish Sharp-
>tailed and Roughed Grouse farther north this weekend. Feel free to
>call me on the cell phone and I will give you current status. cell
>number is 612-309-6132. Hopefully I will not be in a ravine and out
>of touch.
>You may wish to consider Neecedah WI in about a week as the new
>Whoopers are on their way home now and have not been recorded with
>any quality that I have heard yet. Although access is pretty
>restricted. Also multiple Redheaded woodpeckers are possible there
>and they are more than a week ahead of us.
>--- In  Rob Danielson <> wrote:
>>  Hello Rich and Upper Midwesterners--
>>  How far along is your local frog song? I'm planning a trip to
>>  Wisconsin next weekend.
>>  Thanks--
>>  Rob Danielson
>  > Milwaukee, WI


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