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Re: Deep Forest Woodpecker

Subject: Re: Deep Forest Woodpecker
From: "hartogj" hartogj
Date: Wed Jun 8, 2011 7:03 pm ((PDT))
Hi Ray,
I did the same thing last weekend, though my quick stop was for some thunde=
r sounds. Somehow in all the excitement it is easy to forget that cars make=
 cooling sounds. Thank you for sharing your soundscape.

John Hartog

--- In  "rayb" <> wrote:
> Recorded on the dirt road leading to the creek. My windows were down, I h=
eard the woodpecker, jammed the car park and turned it off. quickly set up =
the recorder by the car hoping the bird wouldn't fly and began recording. U=
nfortunately I also recorded the pops of the car cooling.....but at least I=
 got the bird.
> Ray

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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