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The eight-note hoot of the barred owl is often used as a call to locate gobblers in the early morning or late evening hours. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
Cool Nature Ambiance sound effect. Great for outdoor scenes in movies and video games. Enjoy this sound is in the public domain.
The gobble is one of the principal vocalizations of the male wild turkey and is used primarily in the spring to let hens know he is in the area. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
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Real fisher cat sounds in wav and mp3 format. High resolution audio of this elusive animal. Great recording.
A large steam train blowing his horn a few times as it chugs along.
The yelp is a basic turkey sound. It is often delivered in a series of single note vocalizations and can have different meanings depending on how the hen uses it. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
Steam Train or locomotive recorded from doorway of the train as it chugs along.
The tree call is usually a series of soft muffled yelps given by a roosted bird. Sometimes it picks up in volume as fly down time nears. It may be accompanied by soft clucking and is generally acknowledged as a call to communicate with others in a flock.
The cluck and purr is a single note or notes often associated with flock talk or the feeling of contentment. It is sometimes amplified. It is a cluck followed by a rolling, almost staccato call. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
Purring is a soft, rolling call turkeys make when content. It can usually be heard by feeding birds. This is not a loud call, but is good for reassuring turkeys as they get in close to your position. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
The putt is a single note, generally associated as an alarm. It could be several sharp or rapid notes and usually means they have seen or heard something, and are alerting others of the danger. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
The adult hen assembly call is a series of loud yelps used to assemble her flock or young poults. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.