I am going through many of my ebird lists from years ago and am changing to
nocturnal flight count and following the protocol below. I have been using
ebird for many many years and am a reviewer for my local county. So far, I am
the only one in my county who does NFC so I appreciate your
Thanks. I should know better on this one!!! I will do so.
From: Geoff Malosh
To: 'Night Flight Call Discussions'
Sent: Sunday, September 10, 2017 12:18 PM
Subject: RE: [nfc-l] NFC recording 7 minutes twilight this morning
In your recording I am able to hear mostly Swainson's Thrush and some Wood
Thrush, along with a few others, perhaps Scarlet Tanager, and a few "zeep"
calls and maybe one or two "up seeps". The audio is very hard to hear so
there could easily be more. I didn't pick out any for-sure
I used my phone to record a nocturnal flight near twilight as the birds
werecoming down this morning. I know I had SWAINSON'S THRUSH and VEERY. I
ampretty sure I had a GRAY-CHEEKED THRUSH and also WOOD THRUSHand ROSE-BREASTED
GROSBEAKS. I also had some unidentified calls. So I amplified
In the Ebird post I can hear hardly anything even noise. Can you send the
recordings as whole directly to me? Yesterday night we were at mount Pleasant
and among at least 30 or forty calls we had one or two Gray-cheeked. At my home
pout of 100+ calls I did not get any Gray-cheeked.
I am uploading two 82 MB files to google drive for you. I actually have 14
minutesof data. I didn't upload the second file to ebird... Thanks. I am
pretty sure I heard the heee...aa' call of the GCTHNot 100% sure... sorry you
can't hear these. I turned the volumeup and with headphones I can