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Re: Interference from electric fence?

Subject: Re: Interference from electric fence?
From: "Tim" pteropus_tim
Date: Thu Jun 6, 2013 4:25 am ((PDT))
Thanks everyone for your responses to this.


It's not me experiencing this, but a colleague in our lab. As I work with
flying-foxes in their daytime camps, electric fences are not one of my
issues (although I certainly have plenty of others!) 

My colleague works with dingo vocalisations, and is trying to record growls
from dingoes in a dingo sanctuary - hence the required proximity to an
electric fence that can't be switched off!


Looks like we might have to invest in a SD recorder (thanks for that Jez!!),
which means.anyone in the market for a Fostex FR-2LE???


Incidentally, I just have to say that this group has helped us immensely -
although not always in a way that's been good for the back pocket.

I also have to say I'm really enjoying the journey of learning wildlife


Thanks everyone!



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