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Re: US bird id? and a 10 cent bell

Subject: Re: US bird id? and a 10 cent bell
From: "earthjar" <>
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2005 18:48:29 -0000
I'm pretty sure the dominant call is that of a Great Crested
Flycatcher -- Myiarchis crinitus.

--- In  "Rich Peet" <>
> A tracker friend of mine has been working hard to learn the sounds of
> everything and sometimes sends me files to help id.  I enjoy that as
> it is always a fun quiz and I am learning as well.  This one sounds to
> horse for anything I know.  Probably something easy I am overlooking.
> What is this central MN, woodland, tree top, May, bird? 200kb download
> Can anyone help him?
> And just for fun:
> I toss dimes to bats. They catch the dime and then drop it.  This
> sound is the bat catching the dime and then the dime hitting old
> asphault. Sample rate adjusted from 96khz to 6 khz or in other words
> the sound is  1/16th pitch and 16 times longer than reality.  The dime
> lands 30 feet from the mic. 600kb download, 6khz/16 bit wave file
> I do not have a clue how sensitive the current mkh-20 is up to 40,000
> cycles and would be interested to learn that from someone who uses one
> to record at either 96khz or 192khz.  I also do not have a clue how
> sensitive these nice bat detectors are and what I am missing out on
> other than range above 40,000 cycles of course. Any general opionion
> would be appreciated.
> Rich


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