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Re: Nighttime Birds

Subject: Re: Nighttime Birds
From: "Rich Peet" <>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 17:13:10 -0000
Yes MN Marsh Wrens don't sound like western Marsh Wrens.
On my first birding trip to CA I could not ID either a House Wren or 
a Marsh Wren. Western Marsh Wrens are much more like the Singer 
Sewing Machines than ours. For asthetics, I prefer our House and your 

Rich Peet

--- In  Doug Von Gausig <> 
> At 09:42 AM 6/27/2003, Rich Peet wrote:
> >Some of us are paying attention to the nite.
> >Attached are Marsh Wrens in Central MN recorded at 2:00 A.M.
> >There is a period for these little energy bundles when they don't
> >appear to ever slow down.
> >
> >334kb download at:
> Very interesting! Those calls would be uncharacteristic of the 
> daytime songs or calls in the west - are they similar to their 
> calls in Minnesota?
> Doug
> Doug Von Gausig
> Clarkdale, Arizona, USA
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