Posted by catinwater on July 3, 2013 · Leave a Comment
Sam Roi Yod After the Rain
We had an epic rainstorm today that halted our fieldwork. Our house partially flooded, but the wetland couldn’t sound happier. Check it out, and give your guesses at what’s out there.
Filed under Nature Calls · Tagged with after the rain, animal sounds after rain, calls of animals in a wetland, cat in water, Fishing Cat Research and Conservation Project, Frogs, insects, Morgan Heim, nighttime, rainstorms, Sam Roi Yod, swamp, thailand, wetland sounds, wild animal calls, wildlife sounds
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