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1 Adult Female
1 Adult Male  

100%

Sight and Sound

 

Natural
 

call

song

depart

mate

forage

fly

 

 

Kevin J Colver
14 Jun 1990 at 11:01

    Geography
  • United States
    California
    Locality
  • 7.5 km S of Snow Park of Yuba Pazss; Forest Service Rd. #12
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 39.55   -120.4666667
    Elevation
  • 2134 meters
    Habitats
  • Montane Grassland
  • Stream
  • Forest
  • Coniferous Forest
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • SONY TCD-D10
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser ME 20
    Accessories
  • Roche Parabola 60cm/14.5cm (23.6in/5.7in)
    Equipment Note

NOTES: BNA: Song. Flight calls?
(RRN: 90-20-24-end; Species Sound: frequent; Social Contact: mating pair; Breeding Status: territorial paired; Special Song Type: contact male to female; Behavioral Context: contentment; General Climate: cyclic wet-dry; Cover Density: sparse; Temperature: 4-10¡C; Filtering: yes) ** - ***. *Part A = 4:27, Part B = 11:47. Quality better toward end of sequence when planes have passsed. Is grosbeak imitating robin alarm call? filter to I for 25, back to III at 26. Notes dictated at end of sequence.

[The first part of this recording begins with the "Flight Calls" of BNA (0:03-0:43, 1:19-1:23) and ends with song (seemingly incorporating both stereotyped and mimetic elements). The bird began with what appears to be a partial song at 1:30 and graded into full song after the first voice announcement. There are also a few sets of "Contact Calls" (0:09, 0:54-0:56, 1:51-1:52). The second half of Part A (after 2:07) is much better than the first and it represents mostly song (2:10-3:48), but with two Contact Calls (4:10), a Flight Call (4:15), and (partial?) songs at 4:18 and 4:26. Part B of the recording begins with Flight Calls (0:00-0:22(, before grading into mimetic song. Species imitated appear to include Carpodacus cassini (0:23, 1:10, 1:32, 4:40, 8:01, 8:44, 9:585, 10:155, 10:255 - call?), Turdus migratorius (0:235, 0:45, 0:565 - calls), Sphyrapicus sp. (0:26, 0:55), Picoides albolarvatus (0:265), Junco hyemalis (0:30, 2:13, 8:45, 9:595 - calls), Colaptes auratus (0:31 - "wicka, wicka"), Catharus guttatus (0:38, 1:02 - calls), Carduelis pinus (0:385), Sitta carolinensis (0:40, 1:16, 2:13, 2:25, 3:29, 4:11, 4:405, 6:105, 8:12, 8:445, 9:015, 9:17, 9:59), Contopus cooperi (1:15, 8:11 - song), and Loxia curvoirostra (1:44, 2:24, 3:28, 3:37, 4:10, 4:15, 6:10, 9:01 - calls). Also present are Contact Calls (0:195-0:205, 5:04, 6:51, 7:36, 7:47, 8:28, 9:31, 9:33, and 10:325-10:335) and additional Flight Calls (4:34, 6:23 (?), 6:59-7:02, 8:275, and 9:38). Quality unchanged (2, 1-2) - CAM - 12 January 2005]

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