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Northern Goshawk (American) -- Accipiter gentilis atricapillus/laingi More
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Black-throated Gray Warbler -- Setophaga nigrescens
American Redstart -- Setophaga ruticilla
Blue-headed Vireo -- Vireo solitarius

Peter Paul Kellogg
Benjamin P Burtt
10 Jun 1957 at 17:00

    Geography
  • United States
    New York
    Locality
  • 32.0 km W of TURIN; TUG HILL PLATEAU
No locations found with lat/long
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • MAGNEMITE 610EX
    Microphones
  • Western Electric 633A
    Accessories
  • Parabola 101.6cm (40in)
    Equipment Note

NOTES: Recorded By: Peter Paul Kellogg, Dr. Ben Burtt, Dr. Walter Spofford, Fritz Scheider.
Weather: WIND; FIRST SERIES OF CALLS THOUGHT TO BE A MALE GOSHAWK AS IT FLEW OVERHEAD 100 YARDS FROM NEST (ABOUT 30 FEET UP IN A BEECH TREE). THESE BIRDS WERE NOT VERY AGGRESSIVE. YOUNG BIRDS IN THE NEST WERE RECORDED FROM NEAR THE BASE OF THE TREE. SOUNDS O JUVENILE(S); 1 ADULT(S); MALE(S)?; Sex: UNKNOWNF BRANCHES, LEAVES, AND WIND AS DR. BURTT CLIMBS TO THE NEST AND YOUNG BIRDS CALL AGAIN. CALL OF THE YOUNG IS VERY SIMILAR TO ADULT MALE BUT SOUND DOES NOT VARY IN LOUDNESS. FOUND CHIPMUNK IN NEST. Weather: WIND; Weather: WIND;

[These are "ki-ki-ki-ki..." Alarm Calls (sensu BNA) by both an adult and a large nestling. Quality changed from 2-3 to 3-2, 2 (there is a rumble, possibly wind, but more likely from the microphone) - CAM - 24 November 2004]

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