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Black Oystercatcher -- Haematopus bachmani 6:35 - 9:29 Play 6:35 - More
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Time of Day: 0820  

California sea lion -- Zalophus californianus 26:48 - 27:23 Play 26:48 - More
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Time of Day: 0840  

California sea lion -- Zalophus californianus 35:07 - 35:37 Play 35:07 - More
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Time of Day: 0850  

Hoatzin -- Opisthocomus hoazin
Great Kiskadee -- Pitangus sulphuratus
Yellow-breasted Flycatcher -- Tolmomyias flaviventris

NPR/NGS Radio Expeditions
25 Jun 1997 at 08:20

    Geography
  • United States
    California
    Ventura County
    Locality
  • near Anacapa Island
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 34.01472   -119.44167
    Habitats
  • Ocean
    Channels
  • Stereo
    Sampling Rate
  • 48kHz
    Bit Depth
  • 16-bit
    Recorders
    Microphones
    Accessories
    Equipment Note
  • Stereo=1; Decoded MS stereo; Spaced Omni Stereo

NMS - Channel Islands
DAT #5

0:01-0:11 Slate 1, taping sea lions

0:12-ambi. rushing water, crashing waves

3:47-voice: looking for ms, looking for seabirds and sea lions

4:23-4:40 fx: sound of walking in wet sand ambi water more distant than at 0:12, occasional bird chirp 6:00ish

6:35 -11:00 fx: bird chirping becomes increasingly louder and more frequent, Black Oystercatcher

8:55 diff. bird? chirping two birds chirping together

10:05 -10:40 walking on rock? sounds continued ambi. of birds chirping, sea lions? and water

14:00 -15:00 distant calling, echo-ing-sea lions? with crashing waves recurs at 15:15-15:18

16:05 -18:25 switching over to omnis? "sounds like they are overhead" angry sounding squawking

18:33 -back to ms again sea lions ahead a couple of yards sea lions 100 ft ahead (big ones)

22:41 about 25 ft. away, they are sleeping birds chirping and water intense at 23:55?

26:57 -28:00 great fx--successive sea lion calls repeating 3/4 times w/ pauses in between

28:56 fifty sea lions in front of him, don't seem to care.

30:40-30:14 two? sea lions calling

31:43 "taking off this furry monster"?" not windy at all"

33:47 walking sounds feet on gravel, rock

35:08 gr fx of sea lion (walking in background) fx grows distant

38:23; 38:52 sea lion

39:56-40:15 bird fx

ambi. water

43:05 single call

43:20 fx? bird chirping

46:40 more calls from sea lion

48:40 still ros? oyster catcher bird chirp

49:21 "fog horn"

49:44 take two "fog horn w/ furry thing on"

50:15 fog horn

50:28; 50:44; 50:59 fog horn-better

51:08 motor starting bg talk, snapping pictures splashing water

52:42 second take on fog horns and sea lions. snapping pictures?

55:09 motor starting; try the other side ... bg talking about steering of the boat

57:47 still ms, trying again without camera water, fog horns, and sea birds getting quieter and calmer

1:01:00 That's the primary brown pelican breeding area in the entire world, you can see all the bird guano that's there--we almost lost all the brown pelicans with that DDT these animals that rested right here had almost zero recruitment with their chicks the shells were so thin on account of the DDT buildup in the hens that they would sit on the shells and break them. now they're coming back very strongly they're coming back very well ...1:01:34
camera reloading, snapping more pictures, trying to contact via radio going over--1:04:39 plan to come back in kayak.

DAT ends at 1:05:00

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