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Curtis A Marantz
12 Jun 1998 at 06:53

    Geography
  • United States
    New Mexico
    Hidalgo County
    Locality
  • Coronado National Forest, Clanton Canyon
No locations found with lat/long
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • HHB PORTADAT PDR 1000
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser MKH 20
    Accessories
  • Roche Parabola 74cm/17.7cm (29.1in/7in)
    Equipment Note

NOTES: Notes: "song, presumably of a male. a two part cut, seperated by a voice announcement. the first part recorded at 653, the second at 716. a known stakeout that represented one of a few Buff-breasted Flycatchers in New Mexico this century; bird was observed foraging from tops of larger trees (mostly Chihuahuan Pines) in dry streambed near third creek crossing (ca. 1.9 mi above national forest boundary); bird usually stayed near tops of trees and often perched in the open, though it did not stay long in any one place. Recorded with HHb PDR-1000, Sennheiser MKH-20 microphone inside a 30" Roche fiberglass parabole, HHb filters in cut position and attenuators off unless noted otherwise HPF@180" -SBA 01/11/2002 [There are 57 song-like phrases here as follows: 41 examples of the simple "chee-lick" song described in BNA, seven examples of a "chee chou" series, two examples of a "cho" note alone, and seven examples of a more complex, "chee-lick chou" phrase with a trilled ending. Although apparently not given in an alarm context, the trilled series at 1:51 appears to represent the "quit-quit-quir-r-r" cited as an alarm note in BNA. Quality unchanged (1-2) - CAM - 7 September 2005]

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