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    Default Jog Night Frog

    This is by far one of the most amazing frog calls I have heard.

    Nyctibatrachus jog, multiple males calling. They usually perch on leaves above a stream or on the banks of a stream when calling. There is some noise made by crickets and a nearby waterfall, which I have reduced as much as possible using a low-pass filter. (If you wish to try improving the quality, feel free to download and edit the clip.)

    Recording distance: Approx. 1 ft
    Recorder: ASR Recorder sw on a mobile phone
    Editing sw: WavePad for Android

    Link to the photograph: http://www.indiawilds.com/forums/sho...1136#post71136
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    One more audio file recorded on the same occasion-
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    Wow! Lovely. This call is so exciting. There are so many different variables here. There is also sound of the stream and wind. I would love to record this in stereo.

    PS: Mail me the unedited file and I will play around and see if I can do anything.

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    Very unique call. Doesn't seem like it might be a frog making that call . Thanks for sharing.

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    Forgot to post the location: Mookambika Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka.

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    Amazing. haven't heard this before. Except for the whistle at the end the first call is similar to a Brown hawk owls call, of course must have been much lower in volume.

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