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Colorado Recordings

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Colorado Recordings

The evening of Tuesday, the 22nd of July 2008 I was in Colorado where I was invited to join a fellow researcher as part of my 48 in ’08 project.

It was almost dark when I arrived at the site on Tuesday evening. I was concerned about driving down the rutted dirt road with my Toyota, not knowing for sure if I was at the correct location. So I drove back down the road and slept in my car at a small gravel pit. These sounds were picked up at 0330 a.m. I am not quite sure if they are coyote or not.

Click here to listen to sound clip: Scream 1

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This sound clip was just before daybreak on Sunday morning. There were a lot of sheep on the hillside near our camp.

At 5 sec. there is a loud vocalization I believe designed to stir up the dogs and the flock. I can’t really describe the sound, not a howl, just strange. Then at 50 sec and 53 sec two words were spoken.

Click here to listen to sound clip: Scream 2

Click here to listen to sound clip: Voice 12 

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By | 2008-07-31T11:38:00+00:00 July 31st, 2008|Audio Recording|3 Comments

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  1. Tom August 8, 2008 at 6:51 am

    Hey Stan!To me, it sounds like someone is calling "Rachel." It sounds a little clearer at 53 seconds, I thought.tom

  2. Bobby July 11, 2010 at 4:14 am

    Stan,

    I'm sure this is old news but I hear the first words spoken at 13,14 sec.

    I am listening to this on my iPhone, but it's the same voice heard later and if that's not a person saying "alianta" whatever that means this has to be the best stuff I've ever heard. No coyote talks like that. Wow!

  3. Teresa Campbell January 29, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    I'm responding to clip #11 on the site, I just clicked blog and it took me here. That was like a friggin See and Say run through. Goats, Sheep, dogs, owls….they seemed to like the ruff ruff ruff of dogs a bit. Cool stuff. some of the later "sheep" sounds sounded waaaaaaaaay off…..

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