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Subject: Re: Brown Canyon storm
From: "Kevin Colver" kjcolver
Date: Tue Nov 14, 2006 1:09 pm ((PST))
Do I hear some Mexican jays in there?  Or are they House Finch calls?  =

I don't remember seeing Mexican Jays there when I visited.

I like the thunder.


On Tuesday, November 14, 2006, at 05:26  AM, Jim Morgan wrote:

> A recording I made last May in Brown Canyon, which is located in the
> Baboquivari Mountains of SE Arizona, has a large variety of bird
> vocalizations, some of which are a challenge to detect.
> This list developed by Professor Walt Anderson shows the species
> captured in this recording and their relative loudness:
> 1. Very loud, 2. Loud, 3. Faint, 4. Challenging to detect.
> 1 Cactus Wren
> 1 Brown-crested Flycatcher
> 1 N. Cardinal
> 1 Varied Bunting
> 2 Canyon Wren
> 3 White-winged Dove
> 3 Gray Hawk
> 4 Hooded Oriole
> 4 Black-throated Sparrow
> 4 Bell's Vireo
> 54_full_file_edit_CD.mp3
> I hope you enjoy it.
> Jim
> Jim Morgan
> Prescott, Arizona USA

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