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Common Raven, Northern Flicker, Dark-eyed Junco, Western Meadowlark.

Subject: Common Raven, Northern Flicker, Dark-eyed Junco, Western Meadowlark.
From: "hartogj" hartogj
Date: Thu May 31, 2012 4:40 pm ((PDT))

2012 May 6 - 06:36 hrs
Recorded just over a hill from our camp along the South Fork Crooked River.=
 Crook County, Oregon.

The dawn bird chorus has settled down a bit, yet the morning is alive with =
joyful expressions of life.
Meanwhile down in camp most of the Oregon Natural Desert Association volunt=
eer crew, including myself, have not yet awoken - still resting from a good=
 long day of riparian restoration.

Anyone who can help identify the species and calls, please feel free to com=
ment, and I will add them to this list.

Western Meadowlark
Northern Flicker, drum call
Dark-Eyed (Oregon) Junco
Common Raven
What Else?

Equipment: Sound Devices 702 recorder, two Rode NT1A microphones head-space=
d,  angled 60 degrees between axes, and separated by a sound absorbing baff=
Edits: Amplified  20 dB above natural to bring out the nuances of this quie=
t soundscape, equalized to balance frequencies and to minimize a low freque=
ncy tone possibly from a distant motor.

All questions or comments are welcome.

John Hartog

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