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Subject: RE: a present for Walt - Question
From: "Barb Beck" <>
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 19:37:28 -0600

What is the frog that appears at about 2:40 and is trying to imitate a
boreal chorus frog.  Is that just a strange pacific tree frog?  I never
heard a Pacific Treefrog - at least those that know what they are doing in
California talk like that.

Barb Beck

PS - Gree Bick is what frogs are SUPPOSED to say.  They sound like real
frogs to me (I am a multiple generation Californian who escaped to Canada.)

-----Original Message-----
From: Lang Elliott 
Sent: June 4, 2003 12:53 PM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] a present for Walt

Pacific Treefrogs, Pseudacris regilla

> Hey, Walt, I recorded a beautiful chorus of your favorite animal:
> The "French Gulch Hotel Frogs" file. Sorry, it's 5MB, but it's an
> uninterrupted chorus with a beginning and an end. Great polyrhythms!
> There's a car pass near the beginning, and in the quiet at the
> beginning and end you can hear the hotel kitchen fan on the right.
> Recorded with Shure WL-183 omnis mounted on shoulder pads into a Sharp
> MD-MT90.
> What's the species, Walt? Sierra foothills a couple of miles north of
> Whiskeytown Lake in Northern California.
> -Dan Dugan
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