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Spotted Catbird -- Ailuroedus melanotis
Emerald Dove -- Chalcophaps indica
White-throated Treecreeper -- Cormobates leucophaea
Bower's Shrike-Thrush -- Colluricincla boweri
Rufous Shrike-Thrush -- Colluricincla megarhyncha
Spangled Drongo -- Dicrurus bracteatus
Brown Gerygone -- Gerygone mouki
Ashy Robin -- Heteromyias albispecularis
Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove -- Macropygia amboinensis
Lewin's Honeyeater -- Meliphaga lewinii
Chowchilla -- Orthonyx spaldingii
Golden Whistler -- Pachycephala pectoralis
Golden Bowerbird -- Amblyornis newtoniana
Eastern Whipbird -- Psophodes olivaceus
Wompoo Fruit-Dove -- Ptilinopus magnificus
Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove -- Ptilinopus regina
Superb Fruit-Dove -- Ptilinopus superbus
Victoria's Riflebird -- Ptiloris victoriae
Large-billed Scrubwren -- Sericornis magnirostra

Eleanor D Brown
12 Nov 1997 at 00:00

    Geography
  • Australia
    Queensland
    Locality
  • Atherton Tablelands; Danbullah Forest Rd, near Yungaburra
    Elevation
  • 800 meters
    Habitats
  • Rainforest
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    Channels
  • Stereo
    Sampling Rate
  • 48kHz
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • PANASONIC SV 255
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    Equipment Note
NOTES: Dawn chorus, recorded MS stereo, from 0515hr to 0640hr. Recorded in treefall clearing near unpaved road through the forest. Not a virgin forest but had not been very recently logged, and was never very extensively logged. Dense cover. Some of the last remnants of tropical rainforest on the Atherton Tablelands of far north Queensland. Most Australian subtropical and tropical rainforest lies in a strip running up the east coast; inland becomes dry woodland and outback; north becomes savannah woodland. LNS: 2 subject name changes: Subject changed from Macropygia amboinensis to M. phasianellus and from Dicrurus hottentottus to D. bracteatus to reflect current taxonomy. --Martha Fischer 4Dec2012
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