African Scops-Owl (African)

Otus senegalensis senegalensis

ML168231


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Derek Solomon
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Latitude and Longitude -22.1948, 29.3854 Map

Age and Sex
Age not specified, Sex not specified
Sounds
Behaviors
Breeding
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Playback
Unspecified

Comments

T813. Dawn chorus at Mapungubwe National Park on the banks of the Limpopo River in South Africa. Starts with an African Scops-Owl and crickets in the foreground. At 0.22 a second owl calls. 0.24 a White-faced Scops-Owl gives a single note.0.27 Natal Spurfowl. 0.37 the White-faced Owl calls again. 0.40 Chacma baboon calls in back. 1.02 White-faced Owl. Also at 1.25. 2.07 a single note by the White-faced followed by a Pearl-spotted Owlet in the background. 2.30 someone sneezes from next door chalet. 3.00 Pearl-spotted in back. 3.26 White-faced Owl. Also 3.39. 4.17 Wardens vehicle arrives in campsite. 5.40 Pearl-spotted Owlet. Equipment used is a Sound Devices 722 and the microphones an MS system with two Sennheiser MKH 30 & 40 microphones. GPS 22.11.41.3 E29.23.07.3. 515m. Elevation: 515 m.

Technical Information

Recorder
Sound Devices 722
Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 30; Sennheiser MKH 40
Accessories

Archival Information

Cataloged
1 Jun 2012 by Jay McGowan
Digitized
1 Jun 2012 by Jay McGowan
Edited
1 Jun 2012 by Jay McGowan

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