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Long-billed Thrasher

Toxostoma longirostre

ML86594


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Andres M Sada
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Rancho Picachos, About 40-50 Km Ne Of Monterrey
Nuevo León, Mexico
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Latitude and Longitude 26.2, -99.9833 Map

Age and Sex
Age not specified, Sex not specified
Sounds
Behaviors
Breeding
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Playback
Not Used

Comments

NOTES: LNS- High-pass filter at 220 Hz. Recordist- Recording almost continually from 5:45 AM till 6:10 AM (sunrise at 6:25, although actually later at this location because of mountains). The mike was moved in an arch of about 120¡ depending on where the loudest sound was coming from. The hum comes from the mike being too close to the recorder at times. The most obvious species are Otus asio, Glaucidium gnoma, Toxostoma longirostre. The temp was about 65-70¡F. The sky was clear and no wind. [This recording appears to contain a variety of calls by this species (among other things). Most of the earlier calls may represent the "Toe-ree" call of BNA (e.g., 0:07, 0:11, 0:14, 0:18...), if indeed given by this species. Many of the calls heard later were certainly given by this species and they represent the "Tsuck" Call of BNA (0:25, 0:265, 0:30, 0:35...). The "churr" calls may also have been given by this species (0:055, 0:10, 0:13...), if so, probably representing the "Verr" of BNA, but somewhat different than those in LNS #96358. Quality changed from "3 mdm" to 3-2 - CAM - 10 November 2005].

Background Species

Eastern Screech-Owl - Megascops asio
Northern Pygmy-Owl - Glaucidium gnoma

Technical Information

Recorder
PANASONIC SV 255
Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 60
Accessories

Archival Information

Cataloged
17 Mar 1998 by Matthew D. Medler
Digitized
6 Nov 2001 by Lauren A. Serafin
Edited
17 Mar 1998 by Matthew D. Medler

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