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Re: Urban Starlings

Subject: Re: Urban Starlings
From: "Suzanne Williams" scw1217
Date: Mon Sep 10, 2007 5:11 am ((PDT))
Enjoyed it, Phil.  Reminds me of mornings when the boat tail grackles 
take over the trees here.  They will chatter away for an hour and 
then just fly away.

Suzanne Williams Photography
Florida, USA

--- In  "Phil Tyler" 
<> wrote:
> I live in what I suppose is a fairly 'urban' environment. But we 
> lucky in that there are some large areas of open fields nearby and 
> the bottom of the road is a small brook with trees on either side. 
> the bottom of our 'short' garden we have a shed which is underneath 
> couple of trees. Some evenings these trees can be visited by a 
party of 
> starlings which then sit in the these trees and chatter and whistle 
> away for some time. So I got my Panasonic triplets out plugged them 
> into my mini-disc recorder and made a recording of them. I have 
> uploaded a one minute section of this recording as an mp3 to the 
> files section, if you fancy a listen. The recording does contain 
> elements of the urban environment I live in but the Starlings don't 
> seem to mind.
> Phil

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