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Red-cockaded Woodpecker -- Picoides borealis More
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establish parent young contact

beg

 

Number of individuals=UU1NU1+; Response to playback: No response.  

Curtis A Marantz
4 Jun 1992 at 11:23

    Geography
  • United States
    Louisiana
    Vernon County
    Locality
  • 14.2 km E of La 10 on Forest Route 405
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 31.0   -93.05
    Habitats
  • Forest
  • Coniferous Forest
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  • Mono
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  • NAGRA IV-D
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  • Electro-Voice DL42
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NOTES: "That was a food transfer ar a Red-Cockaded Woodpecker nest." (Species Sound: Frequent. Breeding Status: Breeding. Del. Rate: Normal? Gen. Climate: Humid. Cov. Density: Open. Temp: 24-27¡C.) HPF @ 250 Hz.

[These sounds presumably represent "Contentment Peeping" (if not Chirp Notes?) by nestlings during a feeding by the parents. In addition to the churring challs of the young, there are 13 calls that were apparently given by the adult(s). The first four of these calls represent the "sklit" note of BNA (0:05-0:17), the next six may instead represent variations on the "Twitter" Call (0:175-0:22), then two more "sklit" notes (0:25-0:28), and one final call that may be another "twitter" (0:30). Quality unchanged (2) - CAM - 20 April 2005]

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