Re: [Hammock Camping] Howls (was Re: Gear hammock/pack cover)
- I was in Shenandoah National Park.
I agree, it is nice to hear. It is much nicer if you know what it is
though. LOL I especially like listening to the birds as the sun is coming
up. There is one particular bird I heard, which I have not yet identified.
It is much easier to identify if you see them, but many times that isn't an
I put a nice photo of Bigfoot, for you, in my photos under, "AAA Mowgli
Photos <http://tinyurl.com/lubye>". Enjoy!!!!!
Scott A. Macri
Trail Name: Mowgli
On 8/3/06, WEden <stickbow@...> wrote:
> From running 'yotes and hearing them while working all kinds of hounds
> and terriers or while in the woods for various reasons, I can tell you
> they have an incredibly wide range of voices. I can't remember where
> you said you were, but here in the east they have begun to run in small,
> family packs and the voicing/calls are incredible. We had a pack near
> Fort Dobbs in NC this past April that scared the bejeebus out of some of
> the city folks reenacting with us; they were just across the field and
> raising holy cain. The howl mp3 you linked sounds like a cut version of
> a 'yote howl. The other one could be anything -- even an armadillo;
> I've stalked armadillos thinking they were wild hogs many times.
> It sends chills up your spine when you hear them, for sure. I
> personally like it; it's a sign that nature is replacing what we wiped
> out; filling the ecological niches that we opened up. Hearing a bobcat,
> or even better, a panther scream while you're out does the same thing
> for me.
> Wynne Eden
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