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Mundinger calls these Black-chinned Canaries. Mostly calls from white male.  

Paul C Mundinger
16 Sep 1968

    Geography
  • United States
    New York
    Bronx County
    Locality
  • 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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  • NAGRA UNSPECIFIED MODEL
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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 68-28; 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 are 'canaries' and 'black-chinned'. Counter number 4 = 0:14 from beginning of specimen: data sheet shows this to be where black-chinned vocs start. Counter 150 = 5:56 from beginning: data on sound/filming of Bk chinned. Counter 245 = 9:05 from beginning: data sheet shows this as beginning of Alario orange male. On tape: "Some recordings of the orange male..." Counter number 349 = 12:07 from beginning: on tape "that was the Carpodacus"; on data sheet 'Alarm Carpodacus'. Counter 379 = 12:49 from beginning: "Okay, here's yellow black-chinned canary..." Counter 493 = 15:37 from beginning: on data sheet 'Alario song orange male'; on tape "Alright now I'm going to get Alario orange..."

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