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  • Early Morning Olema Marsh, CA Virginia rail (Rallus limicola) and others

    I drove to 

    Olema Marsh before dawn on Sunday February 7, 2009 to see what birds and animals might be active in the area. Even at that time there was quite a bit of traffic on both Bear Valley Rd. and Sir Francis Drake Blvd.   Not long after light Virginia rails started vocalizing, along with marsh wrens, song sparrows, crows, ravens, jungle fowl (roosters) and others.  The recording is 00:05:39 long, and the loudest portions are the Virginia rails.  Traffic noise is present off and on.

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    Another segment of the Virgiania rails with a great-horned owl in the background.

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    Published on February 12, 2009 · Filed under: RAILS; Tagged as: ,
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