I've posted this before, but I would implore folks posting example
recordings to this list to leave a few seconds of sound before and after
the call in question so you can actually hear it. With only a second-long
recording, all I hear is a burst of sound with no time for my ear to
acclimate to the background noise. The same goes for audio upload to eBird.
We suggest leaving three seconds, if possible, before the first and after
the last vocalization in the recording before upload.
On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 5:35 PM, Preston Lust <prestonl...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Thank you very much for responding. Here is another example. I think
> lesser yellowlegs could be an option. Thoughts?
> Preston Lust
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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