ML 57454

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white-faced capuchin -- Cebus capucinus More
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100%

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call

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David L Ross, Jr.
2 Jan 1990 at 11:00

    Geography
  • Costa Rica
    Puntarenas
    Locality
  • Corcovado National Park; Sirena Field Station
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 8.48025   -83.5893389
    Habitats
  • Rainforest
  • Evergreen Forest
    Channels
  • Mono
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    Recorders
  • MARANTZ PMD 221
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser ME 88
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NOTES: (General Climate: Cyclic Wet-Dry; Season: dry; Cover Den: med)

The second segment of this cut starts with plaintive distant whistling from a flying Black Hawk-Eagle. After some minutes, a female Great Currassow gives some clucks which dominate much of the cut. The troop of Capuchins calls almost continuously throughout working in the canopy and causing much dropping of flowers. Very high thin whistles are heard from a flying Double-toothed Kite as well, about six minutes into cut. Crax rubra is was archived as ML 57311.

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