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Subject: Re: cricket shivers
From: "Rich Peet" <>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 21:50:22 -0000
Actually listening more closely it is three parts.
I will be back out tonight. Won't be outdone this bad on s/n.  Time 
to pull out and toss the big dish at it.

The cricket was on the trunk of the tree and it was the last one 
calling.  The tree was about 20 feet from a brick house and I am sure 
he was still getting some infra-red off of the house.  I can feel the 
house on my face all night after a sunny day from 20 feet.

I have to drive about 4 hours south to find the first kadydids.  They 
are slowly moving north towards me though.

Rich Peet

--- In  "Wil Hershberger" 
<> wrote:
> Here is another example of the snowy tree cricket recorded at 13.6C
> where you can hear the song is of two parts.  Recorded with a 
> ME 66 on a boom, a Sony TCD-D10 ProII and using a Sound Devices MP-
> You can also hear Northern true katydids in the background.
> -2001%20WV%20in%20wild%20(2).mp3
> Wil Hershberger


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