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Re: re-connecting with Nature-Recordists

Subject: Re: re-connecting with Nature-Recordists
From: lamprophis1963
Date: Sat Aug 5, 2017 9:59 pm ((PDT))

 A couple of good places to get help with bird call recording identificatio=
n are:

 - post them to and other naturalists can listen to your re=
cordings and suggest identifications.   The down side of using Inaturalist =
is that you have to upload the recording to soundcloud first.  But it is th=
e easiest way to get suggestions on ID.

 - post them to  The website has some of the=
 most knowledgeable sets of "bird ears" in the world and can almost certain=
ly identify your calls.

 Xeno-canto only houses bird calls though, so for arthropods and frogs you =
have to post to Inaturalist.  Of course, you know what Common Coquis sound =
like already, but there are other frogs introduced there as well...unfortun=

 Chris Harrison
 San Antonio, TX, USA

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