Hi Geoff,

I've heard spring peepers make a similar call at times. Were there any more
typical spring peeper calls in the recording?


Carleton, Nova Scotia


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Hi folks,


Found the attached in my recordings from last night, right about exactly at
3am. Closest thing I can come up with is Marbled Godwit, but it doesn't seem
a perfect match. As usual, I might be missing something considerably more
obvious/common here. Any thoughts are appreciated, as always


Thanks, and good listening,





Geoff Malosh

Allegheny County




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