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Subject: Re: Weird sound help
From: "Martyn Stewart" mijdog2000
Date: Sat Nov 25, 2006 12:05 pm ((PST))
I think it's the call of a white-tailed deer Steve. That of a maturing fawn=
the make-up of the sound is very similar to what I have, normally you hear
the snorting sounds but I have found this characteristic of the species.



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 On Behalf Of Steve Pelikan
Sent: Saturday, November 25, 2006 10:36 AM
Subject: [Nature Recordists] Weird sound help


The file http://math. <> was recorded in a
wooded ravine in Cincinnati (southwestern Ohio) about 9:00 PM ---
several hours after sunset. I've heard it after dark for over a month
now, but never managed to see what's making the sounds They were
originally spaced about 30 sec apart and I've cut out most of what was
between them.

Any idea what made these sounds? Once I saw eyes shine in my light beam
from a couple feet above the ground. My only thought is a White-tailed
Deer (there's lots around), but I've never heard one say anything like this=

As always, thanks for any hints, suggestions, references, etc.

Steve P

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