We did get some okay (not great) audio recordings this morning. Urban bird call recording is a challenge, to find a few segments of calls that aren't drowned out by human conversations, car noise, plane noise, barking dogs, construction crashes…but a few seconds is better than nothing?
I would love to hear if anyone can tease out the breeding region for these lovely winter visitors.
> On Dec 24, 2019, at 10:16 AM, Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...> wrote:
> If anyone can get some recordings (you can do it on your iphone – voice memo) and then upload it to an eBird list, they may be identifiable to call type and we can get a better idea of what region they came from.
> Alvaro Jaramillo
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> Currently seeing 12 grosbeaks high in a bare tree in the parking plaza behind LindenTree books. Very vocal!
> On Dec 24, 2019, at 8:54 AM, Rita Colwell <colwell.rita...> <mailto:<colwell.rita...>> wrote:
> They were seen and heard this morning at 8:30 on Main Street in Los Altos in the two pistachio trees in front of Opa Restaurant.
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