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Seaside Sparrow -- Ammodramus maritimus More
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Peter Paul Kellogg
Randolph S Little
9 Jun 1960 at 00:00

    Geography
  • United States
    New Jersey
    Cumberland County
    Locality
  • 5.0 km S of DIVIDING CREEK; WEIR CREEK LANDING
No locations found with lat/long
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  • Mono
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  • NAGRA III
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  • Parabola 101.6cm (40in)
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NOTES: Weather: WIND; TIDAL MARSH. TO USE RECORDING, FILTER BELOW 1500HZ AND ABOVE 15000HZ. BIRD SINGING FROM A STAKE IN MARSH AND SEVERAL OTHER CLUMPS OF MARSH GRASS AVERAGING 1FT HIGH. AT 1:53 OF CUT THE BIRD BEGAN GIVING A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT SONG. IN ALL, FOUR V Sex: 1 UNKNOWNARIATIONS WERE GIVEN, OF WHICH TWO WERE RECORDED. Weather: WIND; Weather: WIND;

BNA: Primary Song is heard. CZ 01/06/2004.

[Twenty-four examples of the Primary Song (as described in BNA) are highlighted here. These songs represent two different song-types, but it is unclear whether they were given by one or two different birds. The song-type first changes at 0:25, then back again from 0:42 to 1:55. After a stop-start, the second part contains only the second song-type (1:57-2:32). Neither of these song-types are like those recorded at this site 30 years later (LNS #45237, 73776, 73779). This is A. m. maritimus based on range. Quality changed from 2-3 to 2 (approaching 2-1 if aircraft noise can be filtered)- CAM - 17 March 2005]

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