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Re: Is it clamater glandarius and pico viridis or not, please help i

Subject: Re: Is it clamater glandarius and pico viridis or not, please help i
From: "Jose Freitas" =
Date: Fri Jun 3, 2011 1:16 pm ((PDT))

Fantastic,for the first time after two years I have all the birds identifie=
d in a file.
Thank you,
Jos=E9 Freitas

--- In  Serge Le Huitouze <serge.lehuitouz=
> wrote:
> Hi Jose
> > Here is the link in soundcloud for the file,
> > At six o'clock this recording is very strange to me,
> > some birds I can't identify, and as they seem to respond one another th=
e enima is even worst.
> As someone else already noted, the excited calls are from Cuckoos.
> Below is the list (in order of first "appearance") of the singing birds
> I managed to identify in your recording:
> _Streptopelia decaocto_ (Eurasian Collared Dove)
> _Cuculus canorus_ (Common Cuckoo)
> _Fringilla coelebs_ (Common Chaffinch)
> _Emberiza calandra_ (Corn Bunting)
> _Hippolais polyglotta_ (Melodious Warbler)
> _Carduelis chloris_ (European Greenfinch)
> _Lullula arborea_ (Woodlark)
> _Cyanistes caeruleus_ (Eurasian Blue Tit)
> _Corvus corone_ (Carrion Crow)
> All the best.
> --Serge

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