Date: 4/27/19 6:28 am From: <clearwater...> Subject: [obol] Grasshopper Sparrow recording from Belts Drive s. of Brownsville
Hi Tom & all,
I just took a listen to your recording from April 23. This sounds spot-on for Grasshopper Sparrow. Good to know they're back at this location!
On Sat, 2019-04-27 at 01:06 -0400, <obol...> wrote: From: Thomas Gilg <tom...> > Subject: [obol] Re: Vesper Sparrow > Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2019 21:28:49 +0000 > > Hi All, > Earlier on April 23, I heard what I believed to be Grasshopper Sparrows singing on Belts Drive very close to Gap Road. I welcome trained ears to weigh in on the WAV files in the following folder. The "edit" version has 4 song bursts back to back. The songs are very faint and dainty compared to everything else. > > https://barbless-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/p/tom/EvPsAZyacJFLmxxuY5QutKYBGqQtfToT7t599Xejn2qFMQ?e=s2q4CU > > I returned days later, and again heard the same song in the same location. Also singing but distinct were Savannah Sparrows and Chipping Sparrows. > > Who else makes a tick(s)-steadyFastTrill-miniEndingTick sound? > > --tg > > From: <obol-bounce...> <obol-bounce...> On Behalf Of Roger Robb > Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 1:07 PM > To: 'obol' <obol...> > Subject: [obol] Vesper Sparrow > > This morning Dennis and I found a singing VESPER SPARROW and a WESTERN KINGBIRD on Belts Rd. No luck with Grasshopper Sparrow. Earlier in the day we found both HAMMOND'S and DUSKY FLYCATCHER at Berggren Watershed, a property owned by the McKenzie River Trust. > Roger Robb > Springfield, OR >