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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: "chrishails50" chrishails50
Date: Sat Jun 4, 2011 5:54 am ((PDT))

Jos=E9, the cuckoo I was refering to was Cuculus canorus. Clamator glandari=
us does not come far enough north for me and so I am not familiar with it. =
But there is a good collection of reference material on xeno-canto: http://=  all of which do not sound like your birds, so for now =
I stick with Cuculus canorus until corrected by someone who knows better th=
an I.

What is amazing to me is the amount of strong "bubbling calls" you have col=
lected here, I have never heard them given that strong or that regular.


--- In  "Jose Freitas" <>=
> Hello,
> 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 the =
enima is even worst.
> best regards,
> Jos=E9 Freitas

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