1 Juvenile Male
Sight and Sound
David M Nutter
25 Jun 1988
- 10.3 -84.8
- 1560 meters
- Montane Grassland
- Evergreen Forest
- MARANTZ PMD 201
NOTES: Background Sounds: other Procnias tricarnculata, insects; Sound Category: type 'B' song; Habitat Types: tree is beside narrow dirt road which cuts between cloud forest on one side and mixed old and second growth on the other; Strata in Habitat: song perch;
Site: on road to Reserve, 1/2 km from entrance, 1.5 km Southeast of Lecheria; south side opposite Calvert Property; atop 25m tall tree, top 1.5 meter bare.
Plumage: brown and white pattern of adult but colors dingy. sooty or dirty. greenish white patches on sides & top of head; dingy breast. extended wattles. brownish body wings & tail. greenish flecks on belly hard to see due to fog.
two silent adult males present, one interacts switching perches.
Display by immature: change perches about face in air; call "kck" at adult, hopping along branch.
Calls all by immature: "KGEK AK" "tip ok ak", "kik KGEK", "KOK" "tip enk ek"
Background: distant "BONG"s of other bell birds; "wolf whistle" by Piaya cayana.
Study Subject # 19;