Owl Monkeys?--sound links
thebackyardbbq at yahoo.com
Fri May 7 18:31:20 EDT 2004
Building upon my owl theory, I offer you a page with
comparative sound links:
there are other bird sounds within that site, as well,
for those who want to explore.
I suspect it's likely a variation of the Barred Owl,
--- Bis später <thebackyardbbq at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Mike what you're hearing is definitely an owl.
> And it's definitely *not* a screech owl. They have
> quite a distinctive, somewhat disturbing sound.
> I think what you're hearing is the hoot owl:
> also re:lore--
> Depending, of course, on your level of superstition,
> would not recommend engaging it in conversation.
> Listening and contemplating otoh is fine.
> --- Mike Walters <mike at mysterycircuits.com> wrote:
> > Since the weather's warmed up, my wife and I have
> > opened the windows.
> > It's not quite AC weather yet. During the early
> > sleeping hours, 3-4am
> > or so, I've noticed a sound coming from the woods
> > that starts off kind
> > of like an owl "Hoo-Hoo", and then it evolves to a
> > monkey sound
> > "Aaah-Aaah-Aaah". The total sounds like
> > "Hoo-Hoo-Hoo-Hoaah-Hwaah-Ahh-Ahh-Ahh". And then
> > other owl-monkeys join
> > in. I thought maybe it's deer, but people I've
> > seem to think
> > deer just grunt. I'm confused. I noticed it last
> > year, but I wasn't
> > sure if I was the only one who heard it. Does
> > know what animal
> > this sound originates?
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