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#3063567 - 12/04/12 05:49 PM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: catman529]
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#3063577 - 12/04/12 05:54 PM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: bowriter]
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Just speaking from my personal experience BW and not saying anything is fact. I'm just guessing what OP heard was chorus frogs
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#3063599 - 12/04/12 06:07 PM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: catman529]
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I've heard bucks making the clicking sound more than I've heard the actual text book grunt sound. It has usually been a young buck the majority of the time that's made the clicking sound. I've had them right on top of me making that clicking sound several times that's how I know it was young bucks...

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#3063625 - 12/04/12 06:26 PM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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I've heard the clicking sound you're talking about and mimick it often when I call. A low key single syllable click or pop sound usually sounded in a series by a buck following or tending a doe. I can't help you with what you actually heard because I've never heard it for extended periods.
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#3064088 - 12/05/12 01:11 AM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: Mike Belt]
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Here is a recording of what it sounds like:

http://www.bowsite.com/bowsite/features/practical_bowhunter/deergrunting/ragenbuck.wav
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#3064116 - 12/05/12 04:39 AM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: bowriter]
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 Originally Posted By: bowriter
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Dang John, just because you have a book in the bible doesn't mean your God.

Btw, catman I know what you are talking about.

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#3064442 - 12/05/12 09:38 AM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: smyrnagc]
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 Originally Posted By: smyrnagc


What I heard was in between that recording of deer and this one of upland chorus frogs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG1wGSIqGR4. The tone, while perhaps not quite as low as the buck above, was closer to that. More significantly, there was none of the musical, repetitive, low-high-low rising and falling tone of the frog. Instead, it was a mono-toned clicking sound in series with a varying duration/number of clicks.

I posted because I have been thinking it had to be frogs, because I still just cannot imagine that for hours on end there were either multiple deer stationary, or else one pair that moved around, all close enough for me to hear the glottal pulse--but without me ever catching a glimpse of them.

Well, either way, it kept me alert and anticipating something stepping out all afternoon and kept me in the stand for a beautiful day in the woods.

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#3064457 - 12/05/12 09:52 AM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: Hill Country Hunter]
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I bet it was frogs because the recording of frogs would be during their breeding time when they all are calling at full volume. Right now, one frog here or there will occasionally call and it sounds much more like clicking. The ones I heard over the weekend were not like the one I hear in February and march but I've heard them enough times to know exactly what it is when I hear it.
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#3064532 - 12/05/12 10:48 AM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: catman529]
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The "clicking" sound I've heard bucks make was not the sound in that recording.
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#3064829 - 12/05/12 02:10 PM Re: Recording of glottal pulse? [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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Very likely frogs, as a buck excited enough to make this sound is normally actively tending a doe and moving around quite a bit. Chances they stayed for hours and never showed themselves or made a ruckus is highly unlikely! I think Catman nailed this one!
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