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Cactus Wren -- Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus
Killdeer -- Charadrius vociferus

William W. H. Gunn
16 Mar 1983 at 00:00

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  • United States
    Arizona
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  • Corral, Hwy. 60, S of Rodeo, New Mexico
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NOTES: Songs, fairly long bursts. level a bit low; better after 3.00 l l / l / l l l l l l l /3.00 l l l / l l l l l l l / l l l l l l l l / l l l / l l whistle calls/ ident'n 10.00 "a pair" l l l l l l l /12.50 l l windy / / 13.50 l w l w l l l l l /1630 Also: wind, traffic, aircraft, killdeer, reflector, distant cactus wren, flies, bugs 16.30 "last 4 songs are from another bird at corral. Q 2 [Fifty songs or song fragments, apparently given by two different individuals (based on voice announcement at end of recording). The soft calls at 9:36-9:57 appear to have been given by the same bird that was singing up until 9:35, suggesting that they were given by this species (despite their being unlike anything described in BNA account or anything I have heard from this species). More of these same calls are given at 10:08-10:41. Quality added (2-3, 2-1 - traffic noise in places, wind in others, and many parts have a bit of hiss, but others are quite good - BEST parts at 4:28-8:25 and 10:42-12:56) - CAM - 2 November 2005]

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