RE: [nfc-l] Interesting Calls

2016-09-24 Thread John Kearney
or two Veery. John From: bounce-120821471-28417...@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-120821471-28417...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Jerald Sent: September-23-16 19:16 To: Jay McGowan Cc: NFC-L Subject: Re: [nfc-l] Interesting Calls I have had a few interesting calls this week as well

Re: [nfc-l] Interesting Calls

2016-09-23 Thread Jerald
I have had a few interesting calls this week as well. They sound rather thrush-like, but don't match any of the thrushes. I'm guessing they're Rose-breasted Grosbeak, but I would appreciate confirmation. Jerald, Delaware On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 6:09 PM, Jerald wrote: > I have had a few

Re: [nfc-l] Interesting Calls

2016-09-23 Thread Preston Lust
Thank you for the input. Alas, I have yet to find a way to extend the recordings, which has annoyed me very much as well. From,      Preston Lust On Friday, September 23, 2016 5:29 PM, Jay McGowan wrote: Hi all,I just wanted to post a reminder that when sending out flight calls for

Re: [nfc-l] Interesting Calls

2016-09-23 Thread Jay McGowan
Hi all, I just wanted to post a reminder that when sending out flight calls for ID, some of us would really appreciating your leaving a second or two before and after the target sound. This really helps a lot when trying to actually listen to the recordings, as it can end up sounding like just a

RE: [nfc-l] Interesting Calls

2016-09-23 Thread John Kearney
Hi Preston, Here’s my take on them. 2.54.06- Palm Warbler 2.54.07-Ovenbird 3.27.37-Indistinct call-Unknown 3.28.58-Also indistinct, looks like a “Double-up Warbler”- maybe Black-throated Green Warbler John Kearney Carleton, NS From: bounce-120821350-28417...@list.cornell.edu