Paul A. Schwartz
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NOTES: Neotropical Institute Cut # 1. Bulk reel: 7 Weather: Fair. Until further note made on these editing sheets, all sounds here filed are attributed to this species on identification by campesinos who insist its the Pajaro Vaco. Circumstantial evidence in my experience seems to confirm and I know that when the birds flush they often give a sound very similar to the repeated "hoot" sound. Quality: 3. Level: 7. (In Cut #1[blank space], Limpkin & Myiozetetes cayanensis also prominently heard.).
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