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Banded Wren

Thryophilus pleurostictus

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Walter A. Thurber
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Minas de San Cristóbal
Morazán, El Salvador
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Latitude and Longitude 13.5833, -88.0833 Map

Age and Sex
Age not specified, Sex not specified
Sounds
Behaviors
Breeding
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Playback
Not Used

Comments

NOTES: General climate: CYCLIC WET-DRY; Cover density: THICK; CALLS AND SONG OF THIS WREN MAY HAVE BEEN A REACTION TO THE CALLS OF A ROADSIDE HAWK OR MAY HAVE BEEN COINCIDENTAL. THE SERIES OF UNUSUAL NOTES FOLLOWED THE 'REKKING' CALL OF THE HAWK (NOT RECORDED AT FIRST BUT HEARD AGAIN EARLY IN THE RECORDI 1 ADULT(S); MALE(S)?NG) AND THE WREN BURST INTO LOUD EXCITED SONG WHEN THE HAWK GAVE ITS 'KEE-YOU' CALLS.

Background Species

Grayish Saltator - Saltator coerulescens
Roadside Hawk - Rupornis magnirostris
Ruddy Ground-Dove - Columbina talpacoti
Turquoise-browed Motmot - Eumomota superciliosa

Technical Information

Recorder
UHER 4000 REPORT IC
Microphone
Dan Gibson unspecified model
Accessories
Parabola 45.7cm (18in)

Archival Information

Cataloged
Digitized
17 Apr 2009 by Ashik Rahaman
Edited

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