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Subject: Re: bee sounds
From: "Jez" tempjez
Date: Sun Jun 17, 2012 1:04 am ((PDT))
thanks John,

do you have any longer recordings of the bees from that mix ? i'd be interested 
to hear it if so.

--- In  "hartogj" <> wrote:
> Hi Jez,
> There are around 30 species of bumble bee in western USA, and more than a 
> dozen of those are considered common.  That from the Xerces Society:
> A while back I shared this recording to this group:
> The third segment in there has sounds of bumble bees on a blooming currant 
> bush in the Ochoco Mountians of central Oregon. There may be two species 
> there.
> John Hartog
> --- In  "Jez" <tempjez@> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > i'm currently working on a project here in the UK related to bee sounds. 
> > One of the sounds i'm trying to capture is the middle c buzz when the 
> > common bumble bee is collecting pollen. The weather here in Yorkshire isn't 
> > exactly playing fair & I wondered if anyone out there had any examples 
> > they'd be prepared to share so that I can compare between the ones I 
> > already have & ones from different countries perhaps ? I've been reading up 
> > & it seems that some from North America & Canada have a different pattern 
> > to the buzz rate for example.
> > 
> > ta.
> >

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