Spooooky Night Sounds

The sound outside my window last night as I snuggled down in bed.

coyote howls at night

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2 Responses to Spooooky Night Sounds

  1. Diana says:

    Scary to think that’s Maine … it sounds like the rainforest in Brazil! 🙂

  2. Clarke Thompson says:

    Last July, my son and I heard similar sounds on the shore of Rangeley Lake. We first heard one pack howling and yelping on the Bald Mountain side, guessing from several miles away. The real spookiness happened when another pack answered from South Bog about a 1/2 mile away.
    I’ve heard that these outbreaks happen when the pack takes down game so they would seem to be cries of joy.
    Nice website and thanks for the roosting boxes plan.

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