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  1. N

    Equipment suggestion for recording owls for research

    As part of my Ph.D., I am studying the responses of Tawny owls to dummies placed in their territories, along with playback of territorial calls. The physical responses of the owls will be recorded as video using a thermal camera (which I already have) placed 30 m away on a tripod, and the vocal...
  2. Mr_K

    Austin TX USA recording

    Can you listen and tell me what you think? Thanks.
  3. F

    H1n with ME66/K6

    Hello, I'm just more or less starting to record some bird sounds as I've been wanting to get into this for a long time (in addition to photography). Currently I own a Zoom H1n and noticed that the internal microphones are quite noisy if you're not absolutely surrounded by birds. That's why I'm...
  4. dixonlau

    Dawn home backyard bird calls (TEST #1 ME66 + K6 + Sony A7Riii)

    Got my Sennheiser ME66 + K6 years ago but can't seems to get results I want/satisfied that time with Sony A7Riii. Decided gave it a try again today. Results not perfect but acceptable satisfied with newly added accessories Movo WST220, received few days ago and that helps filter out some...
  5. K

    Looking for suggestions: Bird Call Recording Equipment

    Hello, I am an avid birder, and naturalist. I am in love with the calls of all of the different species and have been considering getting into recording bird calls while out and about. I could not find a specific forum for this, so thought I would post here. Does anyone else do this? If so, I...
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