Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-03 Thread Laura Gooch
Jay's suggestion is a good one, when possible given how folks are making recordings. One note to Ken and others: I almost always listen to NFCs at quarter speed, with a filter on so that I only hear the frequency range of the call (and not the low frequency stuff that would blast my ears at

RE: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-03 Thread John Kearney
...@mm.list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Preston Lust Sent: May-02-17 18:35 To: Night Flight Call Discussions <nf...@mm.list.cornell.edu> Subject: Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls Thank you very much for responding. Here is another example. I think lesser yellowlegs could be an option. Thoughts?

RE: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-02 Thread Shaibal Mitra
behalf of Jay McGowan [jw...@cornell.edu] Sent: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 9:13 PM To: Night Flight Call Discussions Subject: Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls Ah, that makes sense. Is there no way to extend what the detector pulls? The original call on this thread sounds a lot like a goldfinch to me. On Tue, May 2, 20

Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-02 Thread Jay McGowan
> > > -- > *From:* bounce-2314458-53237...@mm.list.cornell.edu < > bounce-2314458-53237...@mm.list.cornell.edu> on behalf of Jay McGowan < > jw...@cornell.edu> > *Sent:* Tuesday, May 2, 2017 8:46:16 PM > *To:* NFC-L > *Subject:* Re: [nfc-l] M

Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-02 Thread Jay McGowan
Hey all, 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

Re: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-02 Thread Benjamin Van Doren
Perhaps Snow Bunting? > On May 2, 2017, at 2:10 PM, John Kearney wrote: > > Hi Preston, > Very interesting flight call. It reminds me of a type 2 Red Crossbill. It’s > sounds a bit soft for this species but distance from mic might cause that. It > is also unusual

RE: [nfc-l] Mystery Calls

2017-05-02 Thread John Kearney
Hi Preston, Very interesting flight call. It reminds me of a type 2 Red Crossbill. It’s sounds a bit soft for this species but distance from mic might cause that. It is also unusual to get just one or two notes. Were there any others? I see from eBird there are some recent records from MA, RI,