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Soundof bugling elk part of nature's best


September 9, 2012
By Shirley Grenoble ( , The Altoona Mirror

One aspect of the outdoor life that we enjoy most is the various sound effects; hearing things you just won't hear in the city. The raucous gobble of the wild turkey, a pack of coyotes howling at dawn or dusk, the ominous warning of a timber rattlesnake, the trills of various songbirds, the grunt of a buck in rut, the cry of a hawk on the hunt, the 9 note cadence of a barred owl, the haunting notes of a mourning dove are some things you can hear in the woods if you are tuned in.

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