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Hi Travis,

    I recently found a website that may help you.  Bruce Rutkoski at 
http://www.natureguystudio.com/bio.htm

Bruce goes into detail the difficulties of recording wildlife, saying his 
"highly sensitive equipment requires a minimum distance of 30 miles from 
trains and planes, 10 miles from highways and 3 miles from roads and homes 
to make high quality recordings."

You might get a lot more info from this individual!  Best of luck to you.

Margy Terpstra
Kirkwood, St. Louis CO, MO
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From: "Travis Wood" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2009 10:28 AM
Subject: Recording Bird Song


>I am new to this listserv so I am sure I have missed any previous 
>discussion
> on this topic, but if any one out there enjoys recording bird song and
> visualizing that recording using sonographs I would love to hear about 
> what
> type of setup you use.  I am looking into the possibility of beginning a
> research project in this field, any info would be greatly appreciated - 
> thanks!
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