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Tropical Boubou -- Laniarius major More
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3 Adult  

 

 

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duet

 

 

Rattling Cisticola -- Cisticola chiniana
Willow Warbler -- Phylloscopus trochilus
Ring-necked Dove -- Streptopelia capicola
Red-eyed Dove -- Streptopelia semitorquata

Myles E. W. North
7 Mar 1964 at 17:00

    Geography
  • Kenya
    Rift Valley
    Locality
  • LAKE NAKURU; HIPPO POOL
    Habitats
  • Lake
No locations found with lat/long
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • EMI RE321
    Microphones
  • Grampian DP5
    Accessories
  • Parabola 43.2cm (17in)
    Equipment Note

NOTES: L.F. MAJOR. THIS IS A MOST UNUSUAL COMBINATION REMARKED UPON BY MYLESIN HIS RECORDING NOTEBOOK. J.F.M. HORNE HAD NOT PERSONALLY HEARD THISCOMBINATION BEFORE. FIRST, THERE IS THE ODD FLUTE COMBINATION WITH SUDDENLY THE FAMILIAR SNARLFLUTE (BOU). THERE IS ALSO A SEQUENCE WHERE THE ODD FLUTE DUET HAS ONE BIRD DOING THE TYPICAL 'BOU', A SINGE NOTE. THEN, TOWARD THE END, THERE IS A FAMILIAR FLUTE DUET - A MOST UNUSUAL CUT ALTOGETHER. THERE WERE 3 BIRDS VOCALIZING IN THIS SEQUENCE. TWO OFTHE BIRDS WERE RINGED (BANDED) DOUBLE GREEN (GG) AND DOUBLE RED (RR) OF THE HIPPO POOL POPULATION MYLES KNEW SO WELL. THE ODD BIRD WAS UNRINGED. RR WAS SEEN DOING THE LOWER G. WEATHER CLEAR, BUT SOME RAIN HAD FALLEN. 3 ADULT(S)

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