I just returned (9:30pm) from a brief recording trip to the North Montezuma 
Complex. The highlight, and reason for this post, was a pair of LEAST BITTERNs 
first seen flying in and then heard counter-calling. From the tower at Guy 
Baldessare (sp?) Marsh. The pitch of each bird’s song/call was different, 
leading me to believe that they were male and female - perhaps a mated pair.

Also present were two Virginia Rails, an American Bittern, and a Wood Duck 
family with six young.

Bob McGuire
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