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Re: What's That Sound - Cardinal-like sound

Subject: Re: What's That Sound - Cardinal-like sound
From: "shtankyboy" <>
Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2003 01:01:03 -0000
Sorry for the tardy reply-

sounds like a perfect description of a singing male eastern towhee.

listen here:

--- In  Doug Von Gausig <> 
> Here's an inquiry I received on  July 28th. If you have any ideas, 
> reply to the list and I'll respond to the person who inquired.
> Doug
> >from <>
> >
> >I just heard a beautiful clear bird sound in a pine and oak 
forest, not 
> >far from water (wetlands and a brook) at dusk in Sudbury, MA.  I 
had never 
> >heard this sound before (definately not a suburban back yard 
bird).  It 
> >had 1 perfectly clear high note, followed by a perfectly clear low 
> >then a trill that sounded like a cardinal.  The pattern kept 
> >itself.  The high and low notes were very loud and crystal clear.  
> >ideas?  Possibly a wood thrush (not sure what sound they make, but 
I know 
> >they're in the area)?
> >
> >Thanks very much!
> >
> >Susan Crane
> Doug Von Gausig
> Clarkdale, Arizona, USA
> Moderator
> Nature Recordists e-mail group


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