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Black-necked Stilt (Black-necked) -- Himantopus mexicanus mexicanus More
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100%

Sight

 

Natural
 

call

scold

perform visual display

emit alarm

 

 

Oliver H Hewitt
24 Jul 1982 at 09:00

    Geography
  • United States
    Florida
    Locality
  • 2.0 km E of Charlotte Harbor
    Habitats
  • Mudflat
  • Rural
  • Active Agricultural
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  • Mono
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  • SONY TC-D5M
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  • Sennheiser ME 88
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NOTES: (No. of Animals/Sex: 10 adults, male and female. Breeding Status: Territorial Paired. Behav. Context: Annoyance. Sound Delivery Rate: Agitated. General Climate: Humid. Cover Density: Open.) Thousands of pairs of Black-necked Stilts breed on the Doda Farms near Lake Okeechobee. Young were half grown. Adults flew around us giving agitated calls, some very tern-like. Others did "broken-wing" display nearby.

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