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Cassin's Finch

Haemorhous cassinii

ML44972


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Geoffrey A. Keller
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18.0 km NE of Redmond; Crooked River National Grassland
Crook, Oregon, United States
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Age and Sex
Adult Male – 1
Sounds
Call; Song
Behaviors
Breeding
Tags
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Playback
Not Used

Comments

NOTES: noon +0.5; species cut number 11 BNA: Both the Song and Keeup calls are heard. Mimicry of robin call notes can be heard in the last 2 elements of the last song. CZ 20/07/2004. [Actually, all five songs here contain imitations of the calls of both Catharus guttatus and Turdus migratorius (two different calls). I believe the calls here (especially at 0:24 and 0:41-2:01) represent the "tidilip" and/or "kee-up" calls of BNA, which is one of the most typical calls that one hears from this species. Note also that there are calls of both Carduelis tristis and especially Carpodacus mexicanus (and Psaltriparus minimus) scattered throughout the second two parts of this recording. I suspect, for example, that the calls at 1:16 and 1:19 are those of Carpodacus mexicanus. Quality changed from 1-2 to 1-2, 2-1 - CAM - 4 February 2005]. Other Behaviors: Advertise. Habitat: Forest, Coniferous Forest.

Technical Information

Recorder
UHER 4200 REPORT MONITOR
Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 106T
Accessories
Roche Parabola 74cm/17.7cm (29.1in/7in)

Archival Information

Cataloged
by David Lauten
Digitized
19 Jul 2004 by Claudia Zan
Edited
by Thomas Paolangeli

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