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Rufous-crowned Sparrow -- Aimophila ruficeps
Greater Roadrunner -- Geococcyx californianus

William W. H. Gunn
11 May 1979 at 00:00

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  • United States
    Arizona
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  • Chiricahua Mountains; Paradise Road; near cemetery
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NOTES: Songs: 0.54 1.34 1.57 2.13 2.43 2.51 2.58

l l l / l l l l/ l l / l / l l / l / l l / l l

In same vicinity as Cut 1, but may not be same bird.

Also: Roadrunner, rufous-crowned sparrow

(cut 2)

Q 2

BNA: The Typical Song ("sweet-sweet-te-te-te--tt-tt-t-t-t") is heard. CZ 17/06/2004.

[Two song-types are included here, typical examples of the "downslurred" trill of BNA (0:31, 1:06, 1:27, 1:48, 2:26, 3:04, and 3:16 (possibly a different bird)) and a somewhat different trill that is probably the Arizona variant of the "upslurred" trill of BNA (0:21, 0:41, 1:16, 1:38, 1:57, 2:12, 2:48, 2:59, and 3:28). The two BEST songs are between 1:48 and 2:01 (one of each type). This represents S. a. evura based on range, which may explain why the "upslurred" songs differ from those pictured in BNA (based on California birds). Quality added (2, 1-2) - CAM - 6 January 2005]

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