Before they do this can they shoot the tree loggers first and see that this
was the real problem?!!!
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On Behalf Of 1GDW
Sent: Monday, June 27, 2005 8:35 AM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] recording owl vocalizations
Check this out!
Gerald White Muscatine, IA
--- In "Rich Peet" <>
> --- In "wahpenayo"
> > I am calling the owls in by imitating their calls. They are
> > to me as an intruder in their territory, or as a nearby
> > owl. It's part of an experiment I'm conducting to compare barred
> > responsiveness to barred owl calls vs. spotted owl calls. It's a
> > small slice of the huge research effort ongoing for spotted owls.
> > I'm keeping track of how long it takes them to respond, what
> > they use, the duration of their response, etc. If I record it, I
> > don't have to madly try to write everything down.
> Doesn't someone else here see a problem in using playback of an
> endangered species sound to a competitor species that has been
> identified causing a hybrid problem.
> These owls are already being over surveyed by too many groups with
> use of playback and are already being over banded by the use of
> playback. Is there one oldgrowth area anywhere where these owls
> being left alone? Can't get my support to teach more barred owls
> the spotted owl calls are a usual sound. Can't get my support to
> use playback on an endangered species for the purpose of advocating
> continued clearcut of forrests. This sure looks like way to much
> risk of ending up with a pile more "Barred X Spotted" Owls.
"Microphones are not ears,
Loudspeakers are not birds,
A listening room is not nature."
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