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Owner Mark w11 Kulstad

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  • 1
  • 2 mi

Observations

  1. Number observed: 7
  2. Number observed: 1
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  3. Number observed: 12
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  4. Number observed: 4
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  5. Number observed: 12
  6. Number observed: 20
  7. Number observed: 6
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  8. Number observed: 4
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  9. Number observed: 1
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  10. Number observed: 15
  11. Number observed: 1
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  12. Number observed: 2
  13. Number observed: 3
  14. Number observed: 2
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  15. Number observed: 1

    Details: heard

  16. Number observed: 15
  17. Number observed: 1
  18. Number observed: 3
  19. Number observed: 3
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  20. Number observed: 1
  21. passerine sp.

    Number observed: 4

    Details: 4 vocalizations heard that could not be immediately identified. Recordings made of all. The first was like a Blackbird song, but seemed to be more song-like. (Could be another thrush, but Song Thrush seems not to be it.) The second had 7 high notes on the same pitch, given quickly and evenly spaced, followed -- with the same temporal interval -- by a final high note about a third lower than the preceding notes. (Blue Tit has a series of high notes, rapidly given, all on the same pitch and evenly spaced temporally. I have not yet found a sample where there is a final lower note.) The third was a "sweet" note, not as high as those of the preceding species, rising towards the end. Constantly repeated, perhaps at a rate of 2 a second. I have heard calls of Reed Bunting, which was mentioned on a sign in the park as being a characteristic bird there, which are quite similar. They did not seem to have as much of an upswing, however.) The fourth was a very harsh call. (Jay calls could be involved.)

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