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Buff-throated Woodcreeper (Dusky-billed) -- Xiphorhynchus guttatus [eytoni Group] More
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Curtis A Marantz
10 Sep 1999 at 05:36

    Geography
  • Brazil
    Pará
    Locality
  • Floresta Nacional de Tapajos; BR-163, Rodovia Santarem - Cuiaba, km. 83
    Latitude/Longitude
  • -3.0425   -54.9391667
    Habitats
  • Evergreen Forest
  • Rainforest
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • NAGRA 4.2
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser MKH 20
    Accessories
  • Roche Parabola 74cm/17.7cm (29.1in/7in)
    Equipment Note

NOTES: 33 songs of bird #2 at dawn after bird began with a long call at 5:14:09 am, and another at 5:15:40 am; I missed only one song, with tape beginning after 5:16:45 am; the bird was 30-35 meters away from me when I was 50 meters in on trail; bird moved at 5:20 am (followed by a break in tape); after first part of cut, bird was in favorite tree along the road; long call from this bird followed a long call from a second individual; recorder turned off at 5:25 am; back on after missing two songs (one at 5:26:40 am from another tree, and a second at 5:27:30 am after bird returned to its favorite tree); now 30-35 meters away; recorder off again at 5:29 am, but back on at 5:33 am; bird then moved a short way back; bird sang from upper levels in the group of trees where it was often heard at dawn; I missed a single song in the last gap; with the bird 35-40 meters away on the south side of the road; the bird was singing quite intermittently, but moving around a bit (though generally not going far, so it was often difficult to know when he moved) this day; still relatively dark when this cut began; partly cloudy, calm, 77¡ F.

ML: Background subject changed from recordist's original identification of Ramphastos tucanus cuvieri to Ramphastos tucanus to conform to eBird Taxonomy (v. 1.55). -Jay McGowan/Matt Medler, July 2015.

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