What Animal Cries Like A Baby

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Re: What Animal Cries Like A Baby

Unread post by adventurer » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:53 pm

Yowies arnt a stupid creature. They are bush smart. They know anything different in there home land. I think iv read something about air waves the equipment lets of--im not sure.Rusty has the same issues, many of his videos are of the hairys behind his equipment playing with his cams, which is why Rusty made a 360 degree one up.The hairees watch him to coming and going, as soon as he reaches his car he hears them in the distance come out.
There are many scenarios and no one knows for sure--thank god we have some smart intelligent people on board, Rusty, trevor peters for example have been scientifically awesome, and extremely helpful to all.

My belief, they do dissapear, there always watching buddy !

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Re: What Animal Cries Like A Baby

Unread post by Yowie Chaser » Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:10 pm

adventurer wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:53 pm
Yowies arnt a stupid creature. They are bush smart. They know anything different in there home land. I think iv read something about air waves the equipment lets of--im not sure.Rusty has the same issues, many of his videos are of the hairys behind his equipment playing with his cams, which is why Rusty made a 360 degree one up.The hairees watch him to coming and going, as soon as he reaches his car he hears them in the distance come out.
There are many scenarios and no one knows for sure--thank god we have some smart intelligent people on board, Rusty, trevor peters for example have been scientifically awesome, and extremely helpful to all.

My belief, they do dissapear, there always watching buddy !
100% there watching i just have an idea that i think might work. might trick them up a bit. lol..i know there smart. but they my not work this out.

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Re: What Animal Cries Like A Baby

Unread post by NathanRam » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:48 am

GregP wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:48 am
Any lyrebirds up that way? They can make all sorts of screwy noises. When I lived in lower blue mountains, we had one out the back of our place that made the sound of a freight train going over the railway bridge ( bridge was a few km away ). 'Ca-choong, ca-choong' intersperesed with metallic wheel noises.
Another animal that makes crying noises is koala, they can also grunt.... but not like rocks falling.
Yeah i grew up bordering national parks, with a train line running through the middle in Sydneys southern suburbs. when we were out in the bush kilometers from anywhere, we would hear the lyrebirds imitate the train sounds, trucks exhaust breaking and house alarms.
Incredible birds! They Must have an amazing memory to replicate those sound so well.

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Re: What Animal Cries Like A Baby

Unread post by GregP » Mon Mar 18, 2019 12:06 pm

Just thinking, if you are using cams that emit infra-red, it might be possible that yowies can perceive that, in the same way that some birds can perceive in ultraviolet frequencies that we cannot see. No idea what you are using, and sorry in advance if I have it all wrong, but if it was me, I would be looking to get light amplification kit. (but you are probably aleady across this :D )

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Re: What Animal Cries Like A Baby

Unread post by Yowie Chaser » Mon Mar 18, 2019 1:22 pm

GregP wrote:
Mon Mar 18, 2019 12:06 pm
Just thinking, if you are using cams that emit infra-red, it might be possible that yowies can perceive that, in the same way that some birds can perceive in ultraviolet frequencies that we cannot see. No idea what you are using, and sorry in advance if I have it all wrong, but if it was me, I would be looking to get light amplification kit. (but you are probably aleady across this :D )
NathanRam wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:48 am
GregP wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:48 am
Any lyrebirds up that way? They can make all sorts of screwy noises. When I lived in lower blue mountains, we had one out the back of our place that made the sound of a freight train going over the railway bridge ( bridge was a few km away ). 'Ca-choong, ca-choong' intersperesed with metallic wheel noises.
Another animal that makes crying noises is koala, they can also grunt.... but not like rocks falling.


Yeah i grew up bordering national parks, with a train line running through the middle in Sydneys southern suburbs. when we were out in the bush kilometers from anywhere, we would hear the lyrebirds imitate the train sounds, trucks exhaust breaking and house alarms.
Incredible birds! They Must have an amazing memory to replicate those sound so well.

NathanRam

I heard the same truck brakes at the hill coming from Springbrook Qld down the bottom where the Rd goes left, there was no truck lol. I was beside the rd thinking where is the truck.


GregP

i have no cams just use my crappy old ph. lol...

good some one who can hep out, ive been trying to find out if cams emit a beam, im glad you told me this. Because it quite obvious they can hear or see them. (claps hands)

no mate, never heard of one im only new to this but what is it? how dose it work?

Back on the subject i found some interesting pics in amongst these vids i done. i know they could be yowie trees, but the whole time i walked through this place i could tell i was being watched i was talking to them. lol. i never seen them, but i might have them on film maybe..

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