It's one thing to watch the sun set, 



It’s one thing to watch the sun set, and it’s another to listen to conversations of whole communities of animals while daylight fades to dark. Frogs are having a good year, serenading from woodland rain puddles half a mile away. Birds grow silent, one after another, as they settle into night’s roost, but cardinals chirp low in nearby underbrush until the first heavenly planet brightens in a darkening sky. From the ridge across a deep dark ravine a coyote - then two coyotes – find each other with their yippy yodels, then go silent. Close by there is a wherp sound, then a whippoorwill calls, once, twice, then more soft wherp sounds, really nearby, and then silence… unusual for a bird that has been known to call far into the night. By now a soft, hazy moon is high overhead and the air is cooling. Frog sound fades away, and so do I. ~K 

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