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April 11th, 2013

Midwestern forests can be quite noisy during the early spring when the various neo-tropical migrants invade the woods to get fat of insects and to raise a family.

In this recording, made on the bank of a small creek situated in a ravine, you will hear various birds including, Northern Parula, Louisiana Waterthrush, an Eastern Phoebe, a Carolina Wren and an American Robin.

Recording made with my Handy Zoom H4N recorder propped up about 3 feet from the forest floor on a tripod and using the unit's internal, stereo microphones.

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02:27:057
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24.7 MB
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44100.0 Hz
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