I'll offer a little description of these two recordings, since Guy hasn't listened to them yet. File four was recorded within sight of Quaker Bridge Road at a vernal pond located about a mile east of the bridge. Lots of interplay here between peepers and leapord frogs; plus some calls of the whippoorwill and pine barren tree frogs can be heard from the distance. The leapord frog closest to the mic goes a bit wild at the conclusion of this recording; I'm thinking a girl frog floated by at the time. This is probably my second favorite recording (of length); it plays well through my hi-fi system at home and helps put me to sleep.Here are the final two Bill gave me. They are much longer than the rest. The first one is 32 minutes long, with the second one at almost 13 minutes. I have not listened to them yet since I have not had time.
File six is part of a dawn transition recording (or should be; I haven't downloaded these files, but I'm matching the length Guy describes with what I remember sending him). Beautiful sound transitions occur near and in bogs in the barrens at dawn, especially in spring. The portion of a two-hour recording here was made predawn (about 4:30am, on a May morning). Peewees, prominent here, always seem to be the first to awaken and sing.
Thanks again, Guy and Ben, for posting these.