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Re: Re: Soundscapes & Yuba Pass

Subject: Re: Re: Soundscapes & Yuba Pass
From: tony baylis <>
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 00:05:03 -0700 (PDT)
Some times I find that this site can be obbsessed by
technical matters and then at times.........  I
enjoyed the nitewren but miss the basic tech info
about a recording eg. mic used, recorder, parabolic,
long lead etc.
Tony Baylis.
--- Rich Peet <> wrote:
> > 
> > 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.
> > 
> > Walt
> > 
> 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:
> Rich Peet

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