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Illinois Screamer – Pt. 2

//Illinois Screamer – Pt. 2

Illinois Screamer – Pt. 2

A year and a half ago I recorded a series of very pitched screams here in Central Illinois.

Please see:  Illinois Screamer – Pt. 1

In that post I posted Red Fox screams to illustrate the difference.

Woods behind my home.

This past week I have recorded what I think is similar screams. I also have a friend who lives about 1/2 mile from me. Just as it was getting dark he heard what he described as a very long loud high pitched scream. It was only about 75 yards from his back door and he did not investigate. He heard only one scream not a series. I emailed him my recording and he thinks it matches what I recorded.

Click here to listen to the 22nd December 2011 sound clip:  Scream 1

Waveform view and spectral view of Scream 1.

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Click here to listen to the 24th December 2011 sound clip:  Scream 2

Waveform view and spectral view of Scream 2.

I am not sure what this is, I don’t believe it is a Red Fox but possibly it could be a Bobcat or a Cougar.

 

By | 2011-12-24T13:32:53+00:00 December 24th, 2011|My Research|2 Comments

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  1. T December 25, 2011 at 3:12 am

    Hi Stan:

    Lone Coyote.

    I've heard it with my wife camping.

    No belt in the gut like a big creature.

    Freaky sound. But, a coyote all the same.

    T

    • stancourtney December 25, 2011 at 4:03 am

      This is a such a poor recording I hesitated to post it. However, it is different than most of the hundreds of coyotes I have records.

      There are quite a few websites that host nature sounds. If you can find a link I would be happy to check it out. My goal is to stay away from anecdotal explanations.

      Guidelines For Sound Identification

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