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Re: The spotted towhee songs and video

Subject: Re: The spotted towhee songs and video
From: "Fernando Gonzalez Garcia" o=
Date: Mon Jun 25, 2012 12:34 pm ((PDT))

Hi Martin, sounds great. Congratulations.

M. en C. Fernando Gonz=E1lez-Garc=EDa
Red de Biologia y Conservacion de Vertebrados
Biblioteca de Sonidos de las Aves de Mexico (BISAM)
Km. 2.5 Carretera Antigua a Coatepec, No. 351
Congregaci=F3n El Haya
Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
Universidad de Alicante, Espa=F1a.
Centro Iberoamericano de la Biodiversidad (Cibio)
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From: Martyn Stewart 
To:  Nature Recordist Group Group [n=
Sent: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 14:23:59 -0500
Subject: [Nature Recordists] The spotted towhee songs and video

The spotted towhee is one of the first early morning singers outside my win=
dow in the spring. Like all birds of North America, they have a certain cal=
l and song that identifies their species. Across North America many birds h=
ave different dialects not unlike us that identify where they are from. Thi=
s Towhee was filmed and recorded in the Puget Sound in Washington State. It=
 has the distinctive =E2=80=9Czee call=E2=80=9D but also has another note t=
hat precedes it that is almost like a hiccup.

Martyn Stewart

Redmond WA

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