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Hybrid song

Subject: Hybrid song
From: Hannu J=E4nnes <>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 10:35:13 +0200 (EET)
Hi all,

I finally had some time to load some of my bird sound recordings (slightly =
over 100 species) from Finland, Estonia and Norway on the site www.birdphot= Most of the sounds are of common North European species, but there ar=
e some eastern specialities too like Booted Warbler, Red-flanked Bluetail e=
Perhaps the most interesting (and less often heard) sound is the 'song' of =
hybrid CapercailliexBlack Grouse. You can heard this sample by going to fol=
der 'big land birds' ->'Gallinaceous' and opening the file 'Caperc*Black gr=
.' Sounds of lekking Capercaillie and Black Grouse are also available in th=
e 'Gallinaceous' folder for comparison.

Note that due to small size of the mp3 files (64bit/sec) some of the more '=
complicated' vocalisations (like songs of Locustella warblers) may sound a =
bit unnatural, and I need to work on these later.

Hannu J=E4nnes

P.S. There are also some pretty decent bird photos on these pages!

Luukku Plus paketilla p=E4=E4set eroon tila- ja turvallisuusongelmista.
Hanki Luukku Plus ja helpotat el=E4m=E4=E4si.


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Loudspeakers are not birds,
A listening room is not nature."
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