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RE: Re: House Wrens, Marsh Wrens

Subject: RE: Re: House Wrens, Marsh Wrens
From: "Martyn Stewart" <>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 20:11:11 -0700
I would definitely be interested in hearing the eastern Marsh Wren, you
can ID  the night calls or at least the "trill" from your recordings and
like them to the wrens you get up here. I wish you luck with the Yellow
Rail's, I'm yet to get those on tape! as they say!

-----Original Message-----
From: Rich Peet  
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2003 12:32 PM
Subject: [Nature Recordists] Re: House Wrens, Marsh Wrens

> Do you 
> have a typical Minnesota House Wren you could post or send me to 

Yes, as soon as it comes up for re-edit I will send you the first 
good one I find.  I am slowly re-editing and rebuilding my hard drive 
that crashed.  This is not all a bad thing as my editing has improved 
over time and I needed to scrap a lot of my old edits anyway in favor 
of my new style and conventions.

Sunday, I am off for night birding.  The goal is MN Yellow Rail's and 
Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrows.  Both of these are best found at 
night and both are hard to find.  Wish me luck.

Rich Peet

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