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Re: Sandhill Cranes

Subject: Re: Sandhill Cranes
From: "M, J, & V Phinney" badgreenbird
Date: Tue Nov 14, 2006 7:12 pm ((PST))
Agreed - sounds like greater yellowlegs.

Also a common raven near the start, crows, geese, cranes, mallard,
long-billed dowitcher around 1:30, an maybe a g-h owl hoot at ~1:41?

I thought I heard a pied billed grebe and maybe eared grebe, but may be

Mark Phinney

on 11/13/06 12:42 PM, David Martin at  wrote:

To me, some of the three and four note whistles sounded like the
tew-tew-tew of greater yellowlegs.


At 01:34 PM 11/13/2006, you wrote:
>Hi Jim
>Thanks for sharing you Sandhill Cranes. I am hoping to be in Nebraska
>early enough next spring to record a little of the Sandhill Migration. You
>have whetted my appetite. I really appreciated some of the close up cranes
>that seem to be facing the microphone. I recognized the crows and mallards
>but not the high pitched three or four note bird that could have been a
>sparrow or a duck?
>John Neville

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