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Re: Looking for GHOW vocalizations?

Subject: Re: Looking for GHOW vocalizations?
From: "M, J, & V Phinney" badgreenbird
Date: Wed Oct 11, 2006 7:29 am (PDT)
There seems to be a period in autumn when the owls start up again - whether
it's related to redefining their territories, or whether they're being
'fooled' by length of day / circadian rythym issues I don't know.

I do know that I've been hearing saw whets and great horned owls calling
lots over the past couple of weeks - almost as much as I hear them in March
& April.

Mark Phinney

on 10/10/06 2:08 PM, Kevin Colver at  wrote:

> Although they call less late summer through early winter I heard one
> calling 2 weeks ago.  Late winter and spring is when they really get
> going.
> Kevin Colver
> On Tuesday, October 10, 2006, at 02:32  PM, Toby Sinkinson wrote:
>> Re:Great Horned Owl recordings
>> A friend of mine just told where a pair are living nearby and I've been
>> meaning to get at 3AM to record them. Does anyone know if there are
>> better
>> or worse times of year to record them? Thanks in advance!
>> Toby

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