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Ivory-billed Woodpecker (Northern)

Campephilus principalis principalis

ML6784


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Arthur A. Allen
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Peter Paul Kellogg
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Madison, Louisiana, United States
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Latitude and Longitude 32.101, -91.4493 Map

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Recorded on 9 April 1935 and 14 April 1935. ML: This recording contains almost constant "kent" or "kint" calls with the quality of a somewhat nasal horn (the best examples are at 2:15-2:42 and 9:44-9:55). In a few places is what I suspect is "Social Chatter," which almost takes on the quality of calling by Sitta canadensis (3:14-3:39, 3:48-3:57, 9:55-10:26. The latter is the best example of this vocalization). Although there is some tapping (e.g., 3:19-3:21, 4:10-4:18, 9:42-9:44), there is no drumming here. At 3:24 there is a brief wing flutter. (Curtis A. Marantz, 22Apr2005).

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10 Dec 2001 by Lauren A. Serafin
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