Red-faced Warbler

Cardellina rubrifrons

ML346339131


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Rose Ann Rowlett
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eBird Checklist S89867412
Barfoot Junction
Cochise, Arizona, United States
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Latitude and Longitude 31.915, -109.2691 Map

Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Sounds
Call; Song
Behaviors
Breeding
Courtship, Display, or Copulation; Nest Building
Tags
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Playback
Not Used

Media notes

A male Red-faced Warbler is singing from tall shrubbery (including blooming locusts) while his mate is gathering nesting material on the ground and giving the single-note chips. This is along the road to Barfoot Park. Background includes: House Wren, Hermit Thrush, Steller’s Jay, Western Wood-Pewee, & Spotted Towhee. Recorded using a Fostex FR-2LE with a Sennheiser ME62 & Telinga Universal 22" parabola.

Observation details

There were at least 3 pairs along this short stretch of road. I recorded one pair.

Background Species

House Wren (Brown-throated) - Troglodytes aedon [brunneicollis Group]
Hermit Thrush (auduboni Group) - Catharus guttatus [auduboni Group]
Spotted Towhee (maculatus Group) - Pipilo maculatus [maculatus Group]
Steller's Jay (Interior) - Cyanocitta stelleri [diademata Group]
Western Wood-Pewee - Contopus sordidulus

Technical Information

Recorder
Fostex FR-2LE
Microphone
Sennheiser ME62
Accessories
Telinga Universal 22" parabola
Original file size
9,714KB

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