Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-03 Thread Laura Gooch
Jay's suggestion is a good one, when possible given how folks are making recordings. One note to Ken and others: I almost always listen to NFCs at quarter speed, with a filter on so that I only hear the frequency range of the call (and not the low frequency stuff that would blast my ears at

RE: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-03 Thread John Kearney
Hi Preston, Lesser Yellowlegs is possible but the other suggestions made so far are good too. Perhaps as you originally wondered, they are overlapping calls of two birds of a different species. John From: bounce-2314416-53237...@mm.list.cornell.edu