I sway with Lang, this is the sound of a fox, I have similar calls around
here in Washington that I will try to dig out
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From: Richard Lyttle
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 11:17 AM
Subject: [Nature Recordists] Are their folks on this list who have
experience taping cougars, bobcats? Can I speak or email...File here.
Martyn, Walter, Wil, others?
Several cougars (with young) have been spotted during the last 3 years in
the Green Ridge State Forest-western Maryland and I really need to find an
expert in wild cat sounds if there is one on this list.
I want to differentiate between bobcat, cougar, and lynx sounds-wise and see
if a group member has experience taping these to compare notes with.
Porcupine sounds are also possible up there as they have been seen for the
last 10 years.
I have heard tremendous screams, roars, whines, howls, chatters, talking in
my time (and taped) and specialize in remote area night-time audio-taping.
Only one person weighed in on my interesting cat sound I caught up there at
Enough technobabble, what about this sound? Anybody heard it before? Just a
> http://www.donweiser.com/shortcatscream.MP3 (Thanks again Don!)
Night-time wilderness audio taper.
"Microphones are not ears,
Loudspeakers are not birds,
A listening room is not nature."
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