Paul A Schwartz
18 Jun 1965
- Rio Grande; El Palmar
- 7.9666667 -61.8833333
- 250 meters
- NAGRA III
Recordist indicated that he used a parabola but did not specify make/model. He also did not indicate type of microphone used.
Weather: Cloudy, after rain. a) 6:00 AM. Song, apparently all by male (which was then collected). First - one song, natural. Then - after playback.
b) 6:20 AM. These calls I believe may be by the female of this species. Note that they are heard in background of part
a) This recorded after one male collected. I couldn't see the birds singing and it could well be that the calls are of a different species that was foraging with this group. (A Dendrocolaptid or formicarid sp?)
b) This is somewhat similar to Automolus rufipileatus, which is not known to occur here. It is the same identical song as Cut 3 of Thamnomanes caesius.
c) 7:10 AM. These calls are definitely of the female; seen and collected. Much of this recording was after playback. The "burry" calls are of the female. I don't know about the sharp call notes.