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Berylline Hummingbird -- Amazilia beryllina More
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mechanical sound

 

Number of individuals=UM1-6;  

Cullen K Hanks
12 Sep 2000 at 06:00

    Geography
  • El Salvador
    Ahuachapán
    Locality
  • Parque Nacional El Imposible
    Elevation
  • 800 meters
    Habitats
  • Montane Grassland
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  • 48kHz
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  • SONY PCM-M1
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NOTES: [Most of these vocalizations appear to be comparable to the "tik" or "tik-k" call given by foraging Amazilia yucatanensis (see BNA), these having a somewhat buzzy quality. There is also almost constant wing whirring. I am not sure if the series of sharper notes at 0:24, 0:26, 0:58-0:59, etc. are chase calls by this species or instead the calls of a different species. Quality added (2) - CAM - 22 April 2005]

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