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Eastern Yellow Robin -- Eopsaltria australis More
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call - "A series of piping notes similar to those of E. australis."

 

 

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Fred W Loetscher, Jr.
26 Nov 1968 at 16:30

    Geography
  • Australia
    New South Wales
    Locality
  • Gibraltar Range State Park
    Latitude/Longitude
  • -29.5   152.5
    Elevation
  • 975 meters
    Channels
  • Mono
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  • NAGRA III
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    Equipment Note
  • Microphone: Norelco AKG DYN 200 24''/8'' Parabola

Weather: Fair; 3-10 mph breeze outside of forest
Habitat: Low branches of broad-leaved trees in a temperate rainforest.

Recordist's Notes: "Clung to tree trunks; fluttered to ground; sat quietly on small branches, etc.

There is some question as to which species of yellow robin - Presumably E. chrysorrhoa because of brightness of yellow rump, but possibly e. australis, the Southern Yellow Robin."

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