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I had a great response from the community last time I posted audio files from my stint as a researcher in Ecuador. I'm gradually going through old recordings and trying to piece together some identifications, so if anyone finds any of these songs and calls recognisable, please let me...
This was the first time for me that I have heard this call of a male Eurasian Blackcap in the forest area on the hill (Lenzenberg) in the Kaiserstuhl area, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. I have never heard this "agitated" sounding call of the Blackcap before.
Enjoy the clip and its unique calls. The Bornean Black Magpie (Platysmurus aterrimus), aka Black Crested Magpie 黑冠喜鵲. It was previously thought to be a subspecies of the Black Magpie, but recent revisions determined that it is the full species Platysmurus aterrimus. It is endemic to Borneo. It...
Hi all. I managed to film some birds with their alarm calls.
I think this is the high pitched alarm call which also some other species are making.
In this case it is the hight pitched alarm call of a robin (please correct me when I am wrong):
In December 2014, when I was in the Bunya Mountains National Park, Queensland, Australia, I was able to hear the Catbird calls. The sound was so strange but interesting to me that I wanted to film them with their calls on video. So, in the end I managed to take some videos of the catbirds, and -...
While I was on the Heron Island, in the Great Barrier Reef, the Black Noddies came back in the early evening or late afternoon to rest on the many trees on that island. Although I have also tried to film some of them arriving on that island, this was the best opportunity to film them.
grand devil's claw
great barrier reef
Call of the Bluethroat filmed in a nature reserve in the northern region of Germany.
At 00:36 - 00:37 mins, 00:42 - 00:43 mins, 00:50 - 00:52 mins and 00:56 - 00:58 mins you can hear the typical call of a common snipe (in flight) in the background.
This was the first Skylark I was able to film. I have heard Skylark singing when I was about to leave a nature reserve and passing a field. When I stopped the car, I first checked the field further away because I did not expect this Skylark to be so close to the border of the field with the...
A group of Grey Partridges on a cabbage field (or rapseed field?) covered with snow.
It seems like they were waiting for their food be uncovered from snow.
Occasionally they were nibbling on the vegetables at the small uncovered spots.
After I stopped the recording because they laid down and did...
These male Northern Shovelers are so beautiful, you cannot stop photographing or filming them. This one was swimming in a brook in a nature reserve in Lower Saxony in Germany.
Although this clip is a bit wobbly I am sharing it, not only because of its beauty but also because you can hear him...
I normally pride myself on being able to identify most birds in SE England by their calls alone. But I was walking along a dense tree and hedge-lined footpath that ran between two farmers' fields and I heard a call that's defeated me. And I couldn't see the bird either even though it was...
Got my Sennheiser ME66 + K6 years ago but can't seems to get results I want/satisfied that time with Sony A7Riii. Decided gave it a try again today. Results not perfect but acceptable satisfied with newly added accessories Movo WST220, received few days ago and that helps filter out some...
As per conversation with @delia todd in separate post (https://www.birdforum.net/gallery/bornean-bristlehead-pityriasis-gymnocephala-%E6%A3%98%E6%AF%9B%E4%BC%AF%E5%8B%9E.660531/), I extracted audio from my video clips of Borneo Bristlehead as per my Youtube video...