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Golden-winged Warbler -- Vermivora chrysoptera More
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1 Adult Male  

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Donald J Kerr
12 Jun 1994 at 11:30

    Geography
  • Canada
    Ontario
    Locality
  • 3.5 km NW of Lindsay Twp.; Dyer's Bay
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 45.175   -81.3783333
    Elevation
  • 207 meters
    Features
  • Thicket/Brush
  • Scrub
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • MARANTZ PMD 222
    Microphones
  • Telinga Pro II
    Accessories
  • Telinga Parabola 54.7cm/15.5cm (21.5in/6.1in)
    Equipment Note

NOTES: Tape counter 173-271. This is very similar to the song of the Blue-winged Warbler - the first time I have heard it from a GW warbler. In 1988, I heard this song from a Brewster's Warbler at Otter Lake 8km to the south. The bird was moving around its territory, finally perching for some time in a poplar (8m). The bird's plumage was carefully observed - not different from the typical Golden-winged. Wind noise was troublesome at times.

[Forty-one "Type I" songs, all of which are identical to the typical, "beee buzzzz" song of Vermivora pinus. It is also not exceptional for V. chrysoptera to sing songs like those of V. pinus (See BNA account). Quality added (2 - good signal but quite a bit of wind; the last set of songs - 6:15-7:00 - are overloaded slightly) - Curtis A. Marantz - 25 January 2005]

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