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Subject: Re: Cedar Waxwing song need for rehab
From: "Rich Peet" <>
Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 17:05:40 -0000
I will respond to her direct but I have a recording of a family group
shortly after being fledged.  I will pull it together tonight and see
about e-mailing it to her.

Rich Peet

--- In  Doug Von Gausig <>
> I received the following request for a Cedar Waxwing sound this
morning. If
> you can help Kathy, please reply directly to her at 
> Thanks,
> Doug
> >from <>
> >
> >Hello Doug,
> >
> >My name is Kathy Bennett, I am a NYS licensed Wild Life
Rehabilitator for
> >song birds. Currently I am rehabilitating a fledgling Cedar
Waxwing. It
> >is approximately one month old. I desperately need a taping of the
> >Cedar Waxwing song to help in training this bird for release. I do
> >have this species in my yard, so it will never hear it's song.
This is
> >volunteer work, I do not get paid for this. Is there any way you
can help
> >me in getting a tape of this bird's song?
> >
> >Thank You,
> >Kathy Bennett
> >Central NY
> ***************************************
> Doug Von Gausig
> Digitally Recorded Birds Sounds at:
> Clarkdale, Central Arizona, USA
> 34=B046.34N 112=B003.25W
> e-mail: 
> ***************************************


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