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Re: Red Squirrel of the North Woods

Subject: Re: Red Squirrel of the North Woods
From: "Martyn Stewart" mijdog2000
Date: Mon Sep 5, 2011 4:02 pm ((PDT))
No real reason to do so Peter but any scientist that wants my work for anal=
ysis would like to know what conditions were present at the time so religio=
usly, i take as much data as possible and embed it with my work. I have don=
e since time in memorial...
I carry with me a pocket weather station.

Martyn Stewart

Make every garden a wildlife habitat

On Sep 5, 2011, at 2:33 PM, Peter Shute wrote:

> Just curious Martyn, is that temperature and humidity taken from a weathe=
r report, or do you carry a thermometer and hygrometer with you?
> And when would these readings be useful to know later?
> Peter Shute
> ________________________________
> From:  =] On Behalf Of Martyn Stewart
> Sent: Monday, 5 September 2011 2:27 PM
> To: ; Nature Recordist Group Group
> Cc: ; announce EastsideAudubon
> Subject: [Nature Recordists] Red Squirrel of the North Woods
> The red squirrel can be heard all over the North Woods in Minnesota. This=
 particular squirrel was right under my microphones scolding me. You can al=
most dance to his rhythmic call. The North Woods are exceptionally dry righ=
t now making it difficult for animals to find food.
> Location: Ely, Minnesota
> Weather: Clear
> Temp: 72f
> Humidity: 71%
> Wind: Light Air
> Recorder: Sound Devices 788T
> Microphones: Schoeps Double MS
> Channel: 4
> Sample/Bit rate: 48k 24 bit
> Tripod mounted with Rycote windjammer
> Recordist: Martyn Stewart

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