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Re: Soundscapes & Yuba Pass

Subject: Re: Soundscapes & Yuba Pass
From: Walter Knapp <>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 12:21:52 -0400
Doug Von Gausig wrote:
> At 07:22 PM 6/26/2003, Walter wrote:
>>Martyn Stewart wrote:
>>>I certainly will be back next year or the next AGHHHHH! and I challenge
>>>Walt to get there too :)
>>Quite a trip out there. Need these things around the country. Tempting,
>>if just to meet everybody.
> Boy, that's all I've been thinking about (that and catching up with sleep - 
> did you all know that there is a 3 in the morning as well as one in the 
> afternoon?). I'd love to host a NSS or Nature Recordists workshop in my 
> area, and I'd love to attend one that Klas will certainly host in Sweden 
> (right, Klas?).

Hey, I know there is a 3 in the morning. When I'm out on a foray, it's 
practically 24 hour. Even when I camp I try to stop where the frogs 
might call. I've recorded river frogs from bed.

One of my comments I got about my survey recordings was how I was 
getting rare recordings of birds, because the bird people quit at 
sunset. The distribution of night calling birds is much less well known 
than daytime callers. I don't specifically record birds, though I'm 
doing a little more since finding that out.



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