Good idea Bill.

I was waiting for the authors to post but I think this is such a good and 
important contribution, I hope they don’t mind if I do it.

Griffiths ET, Keen SC, Lanzone M, Farnsworth A (2016) Can Nocturnal Flight 
Calls of the Migrating Songbird, American Redstart, Encode Sexual Dimorphism 
and Individual Identity? PLoS ONE 11(6): e0156578. 

It’s open access so it is easily accessible here:

John Kearney



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Thanks Chris.


There is a lot happening with night flight calls these days. Another action 
that would be useful is having folks on this list with recent publications 
involving night flight calls post their citations. Or, if anyone on this list 
is aware of recent nfc publications by folks not on this list, posting those 
citations would I’m sure be of interest.  For example here is one I just became 
aware of this morning:


Coastal and offshore counts of migratory sparrows and warblers as revealed by 
recordings of nocturnal flight calls along the Ohio coast of Lake Erie 
David V. Gesicki , Mohsin M. Jamali , and Verner P. Bingman 
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128:503-509 (2016) 



-Bill E

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