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  1. Hi Folks, At about 8 seconds…what do you think? There are Blue Wings in the area, but this one has a peculiar quality, and matched up with some verified (I assume) recordings on eBird that line up with Golden Winged. Thanks! 20230518-172742.wav
  2. These were seen in Samara Costa Rica back in January, but I am fairly certain they are wintering migrants. I can attach the sonogram from audacity if need be, I just haven't uploaded these to ebird yet. 1. Black-and-white warbler(?) + vacuum. Constant singing from about 100 feet up a large tree. Dense costal dry forest. Spent a good deal of time trying to get a visual. longbw20220105-084132.wav 2. I'm not exactly sure on this one, but I've felt like I've heard this before here in Canada. For whatever reason I can't seem to really pin point it down, but it has to be a warbler of some sort. This was seen in dense dry forest as well, but on the edge of a small river. There's a dusky-capped flycatcher at the beginning. zzo20220109-083343.wav I continue to have zero ability to figure out noises
  3. I remember when I was recording this I was under the impression that this was probably a chestnut-capped warbler. Yet, I’m not so sure anymore. Starting to think this may just be a yellow warbler trying to sing? Yellows were by far the most frequent warbler around, but I never heard any make noises other than the ‘chip’ calls. But the third chorus or whatever in the recording sounds yellow warblerish. Birdnet suggested Indigo bunting but I don’t think that’s it… It was singing from somewhere up a very tall grove of Guanacaste trees in Sámara Costa Rica, about a month ago. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/416299391
  4. Shuswap BC a few days ago. 1—- I put these down as chickadee sp. but I’m fairly certain this was a small traveling flock of chestnut-backed chickadees as they sound a little too squeaky to be the typical mountain and black-capped. The loudest truck in the world went by as I was recording so its horrible. If the data bars submitted by other people are accurate, the chestnuts come to town in the fall/winter. I was purposefully looking for these as a result, so I’m not sure if I’m just hearing chestnut because I want to. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/381312631 —- typical ‘chickadee’ call https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/381312641 —-high notes. Originally these were one big recording but I split it to get rid of the truck. Most of the calls were these type, but the ‘chickadee’ calls came on every so often as well. 2—- Not too sure if this is identifiable, but I think this could possibly be a Lapland longspur or a horned lark flying over. Another terrible recording, as I was by the lake and the bird was flying quite high (never saw it). It mostly let out the ‘tee-u’ calls seen at the 1, 2, and 4 second mark. But then did a different sorta buzz call at the end. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/381312691 Thanks
  5. Seen two days ago at Mt. Pinos, Frazier Park area, Kern/Ventura co., CA Audio and photo. Cuddy Valley Rd 6.m4a
  6. 5/08 in Portland, OR, near the banks of the Columbia River. I heard this noise repeatedly coming from the tops of some cottonwood trees. I think it might be a Bullock's Oriole but it was on the edge of a parking lot so there were lots of blackbirds and Starlings around as well. I'm not very familiar with oriole vocalizations as I've had a difficult time finding them. The call in question is the scratchy chirp that is given twice. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/340098931
  7. Dec 2020 Baldwin co. AL; saltwater/brackish marsh 20201210_111539 - Copy - Copy_normalized.wav
  8. What's making this noise? April, East Bridgewater, MA IMG_5165.mp3
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