J. R Fletcher
30 Apr 1999
- 10.0 km W of Xochipala; Rio Balsas Drainage
- 18.5 -99.6666667
- 1300 meters
- MARANTZ PMD 222
- Sennheiser ME 66
NOTES: Notes on data form: we *believe* this is a duet.
Notes on data form: Many of the details of the site and circumstances of this recording are re-constructed from memory - it wasn't very important at the time. This cut was used to call the birds into sight a little later, and sure enough, Boucard's (3 seen). We think this is a duet but can't be positive. After returning home, I learned that the voice *might* be of interest. The original tape is a terrible mess ( I still have it if you insist) so I made a careful dupe using my best equipment. JRF
Tech Note: Our edited copies are from his original tape. mf 9june99
ML: Subject changed from Campylorhynchus jocosus to Troglodytidae sp. Clearly seems to be a wren but does not match other recordings of C. jocosus, nor does it sound like Campylorhynchus wrens in general. Identification to be determined. -Jay McGowan 30Jan2015.