No hesitation on my part: BARN OWL. Nice recording, Geoff, and thanks for
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On May 27, 2017, at 23:06, Geoff Malosh
With the attachment this time … sigh.
From: Geoff Malosh [mailto:pomar...@earthlink.net]
Sent: Saturday, May 27, 2017 11:05 PM
Subject: Barn Owl (?) - southwestern Pennsylvania
Hope everyone is having a good spring season. I wanted to run the attached call
by this list before making a definitive statement about it .. to me this sounds
like a perfect match for Barn Owl. The reason I hesitate is two-fold: first, I
have no personal experience with this species’ NFC, and second, it is an
extremely rare species in my area (southwestern Pennsylvania). The clip is 30
seconds long and the bird calls at around 3 seconds and at 28 seconds. These
are two of four calls in the series. The two calls not included are much
fainter and on either side of the two in the attached recording, in other
words, this seemed pretty clearly to be a bird on the move and not some local
animal near the microphone making a screeching sound.
The attachment is about 1.3 MB so I hope it goes through, per the Lyris upgrade
that Chris mentioned earlier this year.
Best regards, and good listening.
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