As a procrastinator extroardinaire, I present you with the video below. This is edited down from about 20 minutes of video I took on the first night of a trip in the Wind River Range in August 2018.
Not much to see, was just trying to capture the sounds. The clearest, multi-voiced singing starts at around the 2:00 mark, which is after we'd walked down to the lake shore, out of the trees and away from the fire.
I wonder how long before someone posts a similar video from right here in WA?
Thanks! It was a pretty neat experience. It was pretty faint at first and I thought it was some kind of owl when I first heard it, but didn't take long to realize what it really was. They moved a little closer to us after a few minutes but were never really that close (guessing about a mile up the valley based on the terrain) and their singing was pretty faint the whole time. I really boosted the volume in the clips I used and had to run the audio through a de-hiss filter to make it listenable.
Who’s dog started howling along with? Or sought shelter in your lap?
LOL. I had both my dogs with me. Oddly, neither reacted much. At one point in the video you can hear me talk to Jack and mention that his ears are up, but that was about it. I think Clyde slept through the whole thing.
This is upper Sweeney Lake, which is where I'm thinking they were at. We were camped at Lower Sweeney.
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