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RE: Backyard Recordings

Subject: RE: Backyard Recordings
From: Doug Von Gausig <>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 08:57:26 -0700
At 08:46 AM 6/11/2003, you wrote:
>Redmond, Washington Doug, lots of Fraser pine & Douglas firs, Marsh
>grass, skunk cabbages, with plenty of wet areas and marshes (still
>The Otter on the extended recording, wash munching away on some fresh
>shoots and calling out to his mate across the way. Still one of the very
>few untouched areas here (cross my fingers no one is set to develop yet)

There's a Virginia Rail grunting at 1:59, too, isn't there? That's another=

species we have in common. Funny - here I am at 3600' (1100m) in the desert=

of Arizona and you are essentially at sea level near the Washington coast,=

and our species list is so similar! Of course, my house sits above the
Verde River, so the list is primarily a riparian list, as is yours.

Doug Von Gausig
Clarkdale, Arizona, USA
Nature Recordists e-mail group

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