Chipmunks love to be in trees!! Even pretty high up.

Linda

On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 12:36 PM, Marla Coppolino
<marlacoppol...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Thank you to so many who have contacted me off-list.  I conclude it wasn't
> a black-billed cuckoo that I heard, as they haven't returned to our area
> yet.
>
> Many of you had suggestions of what I may have heard, including:
>
> Screech-owl
> Saw-whet owl
> Chipmunk
> Frogs
> Wilson's snipe
> Wild turkey
>
> Out of these, I'm thinking either it was a chipmunk or maybe possibly a
> saw-whet owl.  I had the feeling that the sound was coming from the trees
> in the woods, which is why I feel like it could be a bird.
>
> I'll listen again this evening with newly-enlightened ears.  Thanks,
> everyone, for all your suggestions!
>
> Marla
>
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