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I am a freelance nature photographer and nature sounds recordist.

WilHershberger Wil Hershberger, Hedgesville, WV, United States

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  • A Comment on Ted Floyd's
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    Field Cricket, Aug 18, Boulder County, Colorado at 0.00
    on August 19, 2014 13:48

    Yes, Fall Field Cricket, Gryllus pennsylvanicus. Nice recording.

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    Tree Cricket, Aug 18, Boulder County, Colorado at 0.15
    on August 19, 2014 13:38

    I too would say this is a Snowy Tree Cricket and it sounds like it was 62F when this was recorded.

  • A Comment on WilHershberger's
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    PIWA Two Song Types at 1.07
    on May 01, 2014 16:32

    Second example of the second song type

  • A Comment on WilHershberger's
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    PIWA Two Song Types at 0.47
    on May 01, 2014 16:30

    First of the second song type

  • A Comment on rockstream studios's
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    Greater Sage-Grouse Lek at 0.05
    on April 08, 2014 22:20

    Fantastic recording. I love the swishy sounds as well as the pops.

  • A Comment on Daniel Parker 46's
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    Narrow Winged Tree Cricket 4 at 0.15
    on September 05, 2013 16:12

    The spectrogram looks more like Davis's Tree Cricket.

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    Davis's Tree Cricket 1 at 0.12
    on September 05, 2013 16:08

    This appears to be Davis's Tree Cricket from the spectrogram. Hard to tell as it is distant.

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    Davis's Tree Cricket 2 at 0.23
    on September 05, 2013 16:07

    This is Broad-winged Tree Cricket from the spectrogram

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    Japanese Burrowing Cricket 2 at 0.17
    on September 05, 2013 13:15

    This looks like a very warm Japanese Burrowing Cricket.

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    Mystery 4 at 0.57
    on September 01, 2013 15:03

    @WilHershberger: The singer is too distant to get a good spectrogram. The frequency and tempo of the song is consistent with Two-spotted TC.

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    Mystery 1 at 0.37
    on September 01, 2013 14:59

    The spectrogram matches Davis's Tree Cricket.

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    Mystery 3 at 0.04
    on September 01, 2013 14:56

    It is very hard to tell from this recording. If it wasn't very loud in nature it might be Round-tipped

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    Mystery 2 at 0.11
    on September 01, 2013 14:54

    Looking at the spectrogram again, it must have been really warm. If the temperature was in the upper 70s or low 80 F, this may be Gladiator MK.

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    Fall Field Cricket 5.MP3 at 0.12
    on September 01, 2013 14:49

    Yes, Fall Field Cricket

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    Narrow Winged Tree Cricket 1 at 0.30
    on September 01, 2013 14:48

    This one is hard to tell. the distance to the singer is too great for a good spectrogram. It does sound like O. niveus

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    Narrow Winged Tree Cricket 2 at 0.34
    on September 01, 2013 14:46

    The spectrogram looks like niveus

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    Narrow Winged Tree Cricket 3 at 0.17
    on September 01, 2013 14:42

    Yes, the spectrogram matches niveus.

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    Mystery 1 at 0.18
    on August 31, 2013 15:40

    @Daniel Parker 46: Yes, Davis's the pitch and shape of the syllables in the sonogram would concur with Davis's

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    Mystery 4 at 0.43
    on August 31, 2013 15:39

    @Daniel Parker 46: It is hard to tell from this distance. The broken and mellow nature of the song seems to me to be Two-spotted. They would be found more often in areas of trees and niveus would be in fields.

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    Mystery 4 at 1.34
    on August 31, 2013 14:36

    Certainly a beautiful sound scape.

  • A Comment on Daniel Parker 46's
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    Mystery 4 at 0.57
    on August 31, 2013 14:35

    There is a mellow, broken trilling that sounds to me like Two-spotted Tree Crickets.

  • A Comment on Daniel Parker 46's
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    Mystery 4 at 0.32
    on August 31, 2013 14:34

    There are distant Common True Katydids.

  • A Comment on Daniel Parker 46's
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    Mystery 4 at 0.16
    on August 31, 2013 14:34

    There are several singers here. The bright, silvery chirps at about 1 sec intervals are Jumping Bush Crickets. The more rapid, synchronized chirping is Columbian Trig.

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    Gryllus at 0.06
    on August 31, 2013 14:32

    Spectrogram looks like G. pennsylvanicus

  • A Comment on Daniel Parker 46's
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    Mystery 1 at 0.14
    on August 31, 2013 02:13

    The low-pitched trill is most likely Davis's Tree Cricket. They do not often sing during the day though.

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    Fall Field Cricket 8 at 0.09
    on August 31, 2013 02:06

    Yes, Spring or Fall Field Cricket.

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    Japanese Burrowing Cricket 2 at 0.15
    on August 31, 2013 02:04

    Yes, the spectrogram would suggest Snowy Tree Cricket. There are around 8 pulses per chirp rather than three to four.

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    Spring Field Cricket 1 at 0.29
    on August 31, 2013 02:00

    The spectrogram suggests Spring or Fall Field Cricket. It certainly is singing rapidly. It must have been really warm.

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    Sand Field Cricket 6 at 0.10
    on August 31, 2013 01:58

    Spectrum looks like Spring or Fall Field Cricket.

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    Sand Field Cricket 4 at 0.06
    on August 31, 2013 01:56

    This too is a Spring or Fall Field Cricket from the spectrogram

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    Fall Field Cricket 1 at 0.09
    on August 31, 2013 01:55

    Spectrum looks like Fall Field Cricket.

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    Fall Field Cricket 2 at 0.09
    on August 31, 2013 01:55

    here too the spectrogram looks like Spring or Fall Field Cricket

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    Fall Field Cricket 3 at 0.12
    on August 31, 2013 01:54

    Spectrogram looks like Spring or Fall Field Cricket

  • A Comment on Daniel Parker 46's
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    Fall Field Cricket 4 at 0.09
    on August 31, 2013 01:49

    Spectrum suggests Fall or Spring Field Cricket.'

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    Fall Field Cricket 11 at 0.03
    on August 31, 2013 01:47

    Yes, Fall Field Cricket (if recorded after the middle of July).

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    Sand Field Cricket 1.MP3 at 0.09
    on August 31, 2013 01:46

    Spectrum suggests Spring or Fall Field Cricket based on when the recording was made.

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    Sand Field Cricket 2 at 0.11
    on August 31, 2013 01:45

    This too appears to be Spring or Fall Field Cricket.

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    Sand Field Cricket 3 at 0.07
    on August 31, 2013 01:44

    This too is Spring or Fall field Cricket from the spectrogram.

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    Sand Field Cricket 3 at 0.10
    on August 31, 2013 01:43

    Spectrum suggests Spring or Fall Field Cricket

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    Sand Field Cricket 7 at 0.13
    on August 31, 2013 01:41

    The spectrogram shows this to be a Spring or Fall Field Cricket.

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