Ocelot

Leopardus pardalis

ML190099



84.0 km NW of Contamana; NE bank Rio Cushabatay; Cushabatay Camp 1
Loreto, Peru
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Latitude and Longitude -7.15, -75.7333 Map

Age and Sex
Adult – 1
Sounds
Call
Behaviors
Breeding
Tags
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Playback
Not Used

Media notes

This sound was from an unseen source, but it began from near the ground moments after I flushed two Mitu tuberosa into the trees from off the trail. Given the size of (what I suspect was) the prey, circumstances, and sound, and the fact that our nets had been preyed upon by an Ocelot a week earlier (which I saw predawn one morning), I conclude that this sound was probably from the cat.

Technical Information

Recorder
MARANTZ PMD 222
Microphone
Sennheiser ME 88
Accessories

Archival Information

Cataloged
7 Apr 2014 by Brad Walker
Digitized
7 Apr 2014 by Brad Walker
Edited
7 Apr 2014 by Brad Walker

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