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Night Sounds, Pt 7 – Cattle

//Night Sounds, Pt 7 – Cattle

Night Sounds, Pt 7 – Cattle

Some researchers may think it strange that I would include cattle sounds as being mistaken for sasquatch.  Several times I have had witnesses contact me about recordings they have obtained that they wanted my opinion of the sounds. When I listened my answer was that it was a bull bellowing. Neither witness was familiar with cattle and were not aware of how deep and loud a bull’s bellows can be. These bellows can be very deep, repetitive and carry a great distance.   Neither witness was happy with my answer and wanted to argue, although both areas had cattle grazing in fields close by.

Belle sizing up a range bull in New Mexico.

The following sound clip is of my neighbor’s bull.   Click here for: bull bellowing

This bull is about a half mile north of where I live, I need to get the microphone closer for a decent recording.

File # 20 – 2011.06.03_Cattle_04.mp3
File # 19 – 2011.06.03_Cattle_03.mp3
File # 18 – 2011.06.03_Cattle_02.mp3
File # 17 – 2011.06.03_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 16 – 2011.06.01_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 15 – 2011.05.31_Cattle_03.mp3
File # 14 – 2011.05.31_Cattle_02.mp3
File # 13 – 2011.05.31_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 12 – 2011.05.17_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 11 – 2011.05.16_Cattle_03.mp3
File # 10 – 2011.05.16_Cattle_02.mp3
File # 09 – 2011.05.16_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 08 – 2010.10.22_Cattle_04.mp3
File # 07 – 2010.10.22_Cattle_03.mp3
File # 06 – 2010.10.18_Cattle_02.mp3
File # 05 – 2010.10.18_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 04 – 2010.10.18_Cattle_03.mp3
File # 03 – 2010.10.18_Cattle_02.mp3
File # 02 – 2010.10.18_Cattle_01.mp3
File # 01 – 2010.08.31_Cattle_01.mp3

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  1. John Winterbauer October 1, 2010 at 6:21 am

    We used to have a thickly wooded pasture near our house and we'd spend a lot of time out there. It was always fun when new people, not used to the country, would join us and the we'd hear the cattle stomping around out there in the dark; the bellows were only part of the fun on those nights!

    I could see how the sounds might be misidentified (and scary!) to someone who wasn't familiar with them. The tonal quality alone could easily confuse people. Good post Stan!

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