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Black-throated Canary -- Serinus atrogularis More
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On tape, Mundinger calls this bird "Black-chinned Canary".  

Paul C Mundinger
27 Aug 1968

    Geography
  • United States
    New York
    Bronx County
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  • Bronx Zoo; Institute for Research in Animal Behavior (IRAB) facility
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  • 40.8511278   -73.8720542
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  • Mono
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  • Sennheiser MKH 804
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Data on paper forms available as PDF. This recording contains all of the audio recorded on tape 68-26; Mundinger wrote down Wollensak counter numbers in reference to what was happening on tape. The only edits I made were increases in amplitude. mf On tape, Mundinger calls this bird "Black-chinned Canary". Written on his data sheet is 'canaries and black-chinned'. Counter numbers 49-58 =? 0:04-0:21 from beginning of specimen: "Now i'm going to spend the rest of the time observing aviary C-3..." Counter 59 = 0:22 from beginning: vocalizations of 'pink'. Counter 108 = 2:40 from beginning: "we'll stop for the timebeing." Info about previous recording of 'pink'. Counter 195-247 = 5:53-7:50 from beginning: "That was the male orange aluminum canary who's perched over his female who is building..." Counter 255-270 = 7:50-8:14 from beginning: "pink." Counter 270-290 = 8:14-8:48 from beginning: canary trills. Counter 290-333 = 8:48-10:06 from beginning: 'pink', pretty good ones. End of cut.

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