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May 29th, 2012

This wood thrush was recorded around 7:30 in the morning in heavy woods in deep southern Illinois. Unlike my earlier posting of the wood thrush singing at dusk, this morning recording has the wood thrush singing with lots of company, although he clearly rises above his neighbors. 17 seconds into the recording you hear the drumming of a woodpecker, and at one-minute 20 seconds into the recording you hear the distinctive-lonely sounding call of the huge Pileated Woodpecker. Recording made with good-quality stereo microphones so use headphones to get a wonderful experience.

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    Rippeyc 1 month ago

    Thanks for the sound! I used it in an audio story -http://www.talesoftheboatman.com/episode2 . Your attribution is listed in the credits.

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    kvgarlic 3 months ago

    Hi Apedrerovega...you're welcome...very creative film.
    I appreciate you taking the time to send me this....You take
    care as well!

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    apedrerovega 3 months ago

    Thanks a lot, kvgarlic!

    I used it in a short film I just finished:

    https://vimeo.com/117378735

    Take care :)

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    kvgarlic 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hi 1HarryH...thanks for the note...sounds really good how you tweaked the sounds....I love the peaceful youtube that you posted.
    And, I see that one person who works in a factory enjoys listening to t.
    Take care

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    1HarryH 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for your great recording. I made some modified and amplified with program "Audacity" .
    This sound have been really popular on YouTube.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WarL4vURLYw

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