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Matthew D Medler
16 Jun 2001 at 05:22

    Geography
  • Brazil
    Mato Grosso
    Locality
  • Cristalino Ecological Institute
    Latitude/Longitude
  • -9.597616   -55.931279
    Elevation
  • 247 meters
    Habitats
  • Rainforest
    Channels
  • Stereo
    Sampling Rate
  • 48kHz
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • HHB PORTADAT PDR 1000
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser MKH 20
  • Sennheiser MKH 30
    Accessories
    Equipment Note
  • Decoded MS Stereo.

An MS Stereo recording made from the 30-meter platform of the 50-meter tower at the Cristalino Ecological Institute. Recorded continuously from 5:22 am to 7:25 am. Sunrise was at approximately 6:05 am, although it was light out by 5:45 am.

Tayler Brooks identified the following species (listed mostly in chronological order) in this recording:

Collared Forest-Falcon call, White-throated Toucan song, Grayish Mourner song, Rufous-rumped Foliage-Gleaner song, White-bellied Parrot call, Tawny-bellied Screech-Owl, Alta Floresta Antpitta, Amazonian Barred-Woodcreeper song, dusky titi monkey, Red-throated Piping-Guan display, Buff-throated Woodcreeper call, Barred Forest-Falcon song, Amazonian Motmot song, Amazonian Pygmy-Owl, Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet, White-lored Tyrannulet, Collared Puffbird song (7:33), Bright-rumped Attila, Cryptic Forest-Falcon (8:50), Red-billed Pied-Tanager call (9:48), Thrush-like Antpitta song (11:06), Broad-billed Motmot (12:06), white-whiskered spider monkey (14:02), Long-tailed Woodcreeper song (14:21), Tooth-billed Wren song (17:11 and later), Paradise Tanager call, Strong-billed Woodcreeper song, Wing-barred Piprites song (last 3 between mins 17-19), Chestnut-winged Foliage-Gleaner (22:50.8), Linneated Woodcreeper (throughout recording), forest elaenia?, Gray Elaenia, Dusky-capped Greenlet, Long-tailed Tyrant, Fasciated antshrike (last five from 20 to 22 mins), Blue-headed Parrot, Thrush-like Wren song (23:04), Scarlet Macaw (before 20), Mealy Amazon (23:27), Helmeted Pygmy-Tyrant call (23:37), Olive Oropendola song (23:24), Black-faced Dacnis call (24:26), Gray Antbird song (26:50), Screaming Piha, Collared Trogon (28:57), Kawall's Parrot (31:08), Black-banded Woodcreeper (sang much earlier in recording, didn't realize it until now), Brown Tinamou (32:35), Chestnut-fronted Macaw (33:53), Plumbeous Pigeon song (34:13), Aracari sp. call (probably Ivory-billed) (34:48), Bay-headed Tanager call (34:59), Santarem Parakeet (35:10), unknown series of descending whistles (36:05), Tawny-crowned Greenlet (37:17), Slaty-capped Shrike-Vireo (37:24), Blue-gray Tanager call (37:48), Golden-winged Parakeet call (39:05), Variegated Tinamou song (40:36), white-nosed bearded saki monkey (41:12), Guianan Tyrannulet call (43:12), Red-and-Green Macaw (43:18), unknown rollicking series of high whistles (47:20), Rose-breasted Chat song (49:39), Paradise Jacamar song (51:36), Blue Dacnis song (high pitched) (51:45), Green-backed Trogon song (52:05), Rufous-bellied Euphonia call (the three short burbling notes) (52:06), White-eyed Parakeet call (53:29), brown capuchin (56:54), Yellow-tufted Woodpecker call (58:04), Piculus woodpecker call (probably Yellow-throated, descending/raspy) (58:56), Short-tailed Swift call (59:16), Purple Honeycreeper calls (high pitched, overslurring with descending "tail") (59:58), Channel-billed Toucan (1:00:45), Slate-colored Grosbeak song (1:01:35), Pygmy Antwren song (1:02:03), Black-tailed Trogon song (1:02:48), Red-fan Parrot call (right/bottom channel louder) (1:07:16), Scaly-breasted Woodpecker call (1:09:24), Chestnut-crowned Becard call (1:11:59), Gray-rumped Swift call (1:13:01), Blackish Antbird (1:13:06), Yellow-shouldered Grosbeak call (1:14:43), Blue-backed Manakin song (faintly R channel) (1:19:17), potential Orange-cheeked Parrot calls (doesn't sound right for Blue-headed: low, gravely beginning and variable) (1:21:46), White-browed Hawk call (1:22:35 and later), Zimmer's Flatbill call (1:22:33), White-winged Shrike-Tanager call, just after hawk (1:22:35), Yellow-rumped Cacique call (1:23:05), White-crested Spadebill call (1:27:32), Chestnut-throated Spinetail song (1:28:28), Ruddy Quail-Dove song (1:29:07) , Black-faced Antthrush song (1:29:16), Blue-and-Yellow Macaw call (1:31:27), Sclater's Antwren song (1:32:33), Short-billed Leaftosser song (1:38:50), unknown hummingbird sp. call (1:40:10), unknown series of repeating high whistles (1:41:40), Opal-rumped Tanager call (high, metallic, polyphonic, varying in pitch) (1:46:19), Plain-winged Antshrike song (1:51:45), Chestnut-winged Hookbill song (1:55:06), unknown squealing whistle, Greenish Elaenia? (2:01:51), Cinereous Mourner song (2:01:54).

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