RE: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions

2016-05-10 Thread John Kearney
: bounce-120468183-28417...@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-120468183-28417...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of pjd...@aol.com Sent: May-09-16 21:00 To: nfc-l@cornell.edu Subject: Re: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions I agree with Geoff that this is Orchard Oriole

Re: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions

2016-05-09 Thread pjdeye
I agree with Geoff that this is Orchard Oriole. Paul Driver Elkins Park, PA -Original Message- From: Geoff Malosh <pomar...@earthlink.net> To: NFC-L <NFC-L@cornell.edu> Sent: Thu, May 5, 2016 10:28 pm Subject: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few que

RE: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions

2016-05-07 Thread John Kearney
Of Benjamin Van Doren Sent: May-07-16 17:10 To: Kenneth V. Rosenberg <k...@cornell.edu> Cc: Geoff Malosh <pomar...@earthlink.net>; NFC-L <nf...@list.cornell.edu> Subject: Re: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions Hi Geoff and Ken, I'll echo Ken's

Re: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions

2016-05-07 Thread Benjamin Van Doren
Hi Geoff and Ken, I'll echo Ken's thanks for posting. Unknown1 is interesting -- the Baltimore Oriole recordings I've heard (from the Flight Call Guide) are all rising, somewhat explosively. Your recording, on the other hand, is meekly descending. I wonder if Rose-breasted Grosbeak might be a

Re: [nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions

2016-05-05 Thread Kenneth V. Rosenberg
Hi Geoff, Just my thoughts on your unknown…. Unknown1 definitely sounds like and oriole, but I couldn’t say that a Baltimore wouldn’t sound like that. Your unknown 2 sounds good for American Bittern to me. thanks for posting your lists and unknowns as a way to get more of us out there

[nfc-l] Recent activity in southwestern PA and a few questions

2016-05-05 Thread Geoff Malosh
Hi everyone, Lots of recent activity here in western Pennsylvania, including a few calls that I wouldn't mind second opinions on. First is the attached call labeled "Unknown1" which sounds to my ear quite like the "yeehr" of an Orchard Oriole, but this species (according to the Evans