Thanks for sharing with us this nice recording! I must admit this is the
first time ever I listen to an elk !
I would be interested in hearing a sample of your coyotes recordings as
What equipment did you use ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ladyraven_69 [SMTP:
> Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2003 6:25 PM
> Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] Yellowstone elk recording
> --- In "Martyn Stewart"
> <> wrote:
> > Mine too, sounds great, well done Raven, nice recording, did
> you pay
> > the $1000000 for the permit?
> Nope! I did get a chance to speak to a lot of curious rangers,
> though, as I was running around the park with my gear and
> homemade windscreen, that turned out looking like Cousin It
> from the Addams family.
> We had lots of fun conversations with the rangers, as they were
> fascinated with our activities. They were very nice to this amateur
> naturerecordist learning to capture the wild on minidisc. Had
> nice opportunities to educate them about natural quiet, the NSS
> workshop(birdy bootcamp, as I like to call it), loss of biophanies
> and songbirds. I learned some fascinating things, like part of
> the Norris Basin trail has heated up to 200 degrees, frying some
> of the wooden walkways, and stayed that way. This has never
> been observed in this area before. Volcanic and geothermal
> scientists, top in the field, from all over the world, have been
> studying this all summer.
> I had lots of fun adventures. The MP3 that is up on the list was
> convenient, for elk, because the bull bugles 3 times in 30
> seconds. I have some others that are closer, and some that are
> farther away. The ones that are farther, and include multiple
> bulls, sound like whale song, as they echo off the hills.
> I also recorded some coyotes, from a distance. No wolves,
> though I did get to see one.
> Thanks for listening!
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