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Re: Odd Bird(?) Sound
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- From: "Lori Marlow" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 19:58:42 EDT
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What you probably heard was a White-tailed deer "snorting" out air through
its nostrils. It is an alarm noise. The noise is often accompanied by
front foot pawing/stomping and then turning tail up and running away(by the
way, that's where the expression "high-tail it out" comes from). As for it
sounding like it came from up in the trees, I have yet to see a deer in a
tree!:) Sound around the river bounces and carries around.
Caught a glimpse of a possible black-billed cuckoo today on Cox's Mtn. trail
down by the river. I do say possible, because I never could get an
unobstructed view of the whole bird. One time glimpse of bill looked black.
I'll try that area again.
Eno River State Park
>From: Amalie Lewis Tuffin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Odd Bird(?) Sound
>Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 18:12:56 -0400
>I was hiking on a trail at the Few's Ford section of the Eno River State
>Park, when I heard a sudden sound that sounded like a muted elephant
>roar come out of the trees on the side of the trail. It sounded like it
>came from up in the trees. The other hikers were as startled as I was,
>and made the same comments about how it had somehow sounded like an
>elephant's roar. Any ideas?
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