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What's That Sound? - High-pitched Squeak

Subject: What's That Sound? - High-pitched Squeak
From: Doug Von Gausig <>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 08:56:05 -0700
Here's an inquiry I received on 9/28. If you have any ideas, please reply 
to the list and I'll respond to the person who inquired.


>From: "Kylee Koning" <>
>I was having trouble discovering what bird i was hearing. Here are the 
>answers to the questions.
>1.Holland, MI (near Grand Rapids...20 minutes southwest)
>2. In a small forest about 150 meters wide near a small stream. There are 
>also walking trails in there and an open field and a school are on either 
>side of the forest.
>3.I hear it often. Usually mid-afternoon to night.
>4.Sorry, no recording
>5. It is a short high pitched squeak. Usuall about 5 seconds apart. It's 
>hard to tell because the birds usually call back to one another. It sounds 
>as if it's from a small bird like a sparrow.
>Thanks for you help!

Doug Von Gausig
Clarkdale, Arizona, USA
Nature Recordists e-mail group


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