Recording Bird Calls - microphones

To: Peter Shute <>
Subject: Recording Bird Calls - microphones
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 08:15:33 +1100
Click through his pages too, he has one on "learning calls before a trip".

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On 11/02/2010, at 22:53 , Peter Shute wrote:

Have a look at how much stuff this bloke carries:
He has some good ideas for how to attach it all to yourself.

Peter Shute
Sent: Thursday, 11 February 2010 4:12 PM
To: David Stowe
Subject: Recording Bird Calls - microphones

I suppose it must be all worth it in the long run, but it seems that it
was only yesterday that you could go out for a nice days birding with
only binos, notebook and pencil. Now I feel like a Tibetan salt
trader's Yak when I go out laden with enough kit to sink the Hesperus.
But it is fun, isn't it?

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