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Xeno-canto. Rubeho Warbler. What is xeno-canto?. Latest News. Latest Additions. Latest Mysteries. Latest Features. Collection Statistics. Latest New Species. Try this!. Random Recording. Sharing bird sounds from around the world. Rubeho Warbler © Jon Fjeldsaa. Recently Bowie et al. published a long awaited split of Mrs. Moreau's Warbler (Winifred's Warbler) Scepomycter(Bathmocercus) winifredae : Rubeho Warbler Scepomycter rubehoensis . This cryptic, threatened, Tanzanian endemic occurs in the...

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    naturesoundmap.com Submissions | Nature Soundmap

    These are exceptions to the rule, being the only available recording at the time of a particular location or species. Soundscapes or Species? As you can see from exploring the sounds, we have a mix of both types of recordings. Regarding individual species, our goal is not to provide a comprehensi... Read article

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    onlinelibrary.wiley.com A Potential Metric of the Attractiveness of Bird Song to Humans - Blackburn - 2014 - Ethology - Wiley Online Library

    Testing this is difficult because we lack a general and readily available metric that quantifies attractiveness of bird song to humans. We propose and validate such a metric, based on the number of sound files lodged for a species on the Xeno-Canto website ( www.xeno-canto.org ). Our hypothesis i... Read article

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    marceloarayasalas.weebly.com Marcelo Araya-Salas - Obtaining recordings

    The following code searches for long-billed hermit (Phaethornis longirostris) recordings: #install.packages("rjson") pb should look like th Read article

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    bufvc.ac.uk BUFVC External Link to http://www.xeno-canto.org/

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    bto.org Recording detection | BTO - British Trust for Ornithology

    Collins Bird Guide or Birds of the Western Palearctic) to see if the sound you heard is defined as call or song. The library of songs and calls at www.xeno-canto.org may also be useful. If still in doubt, record as call. Submitting detection type records Before you start inputting your data onlin... Read article

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    imageclef.org Revision of Bird task from Wed, 02/05/2014 - 16:57 | ImageCLEF - Image Retrieval in CLEF

    Dataset The dataset will be built from the outstanding Xeno-canto collaborative database ( http://www.xeno-canto.org/ ) involving at the time of writing more than 140k audio records covering 8700 bird species observed all around the world thanks to the active work of more than 1400 contributors. ... Read article

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    blogs.library.duke.edu A Piece of Sound Advice: “Use Your Ears!” - Duke University Libraries Blogs

    Xeno-Canto hosts an archive of bird sounds from across the globe and makes good use of Google Maps in its search and information display interfaces. London Sound Survey is a nice example of how audio can contribute to an overall picture of a geographical place and its culture and history over tim... Read article

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    theguardian.com Mystery bird: Le Conte's sparrow, Ammodramus leconteii | @GrrlScientist | Punctuated Equilibrium | Science | theguardian.com

    Here's a 59-second embedded audio recording of another individual singing a very different song, once again, this recording is courtesy of Xeno-Canto: Recorded at Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge , Stutsman County, North Dakota, on 14 May 2007 by Andrew Spencer [Note the partial flight song, st... Read article

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    mae-da-lua.org Methods - Birds of NE Brazil

    2 (1994); later substituted by "Field Guide to the Songbirds of South America" by Ridgely and Tudor 2009 ; also "Handbook of the Birds of the World", vol. 8 and vol. 9 . Many thousand sound recordings of Brazilian birds can be found in the websites wikiaves and xeno-canto . Both sites were tremen... Read article

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    flickr.com Pine Siskins | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Recording: xeno-canto.org/recording.php?XC=70423 This photo also appears in This photo belongs to Read article

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    torontosun.com Birding by ear amplifies watching experience | Canada | Travel | Toronto Sun

    Cornell University's allaboutbirds.org is one I go to every week. You can search on any North American species, click on the "sound" tab, and play the audio clip. Xeno-canto.org is a site that focuses exclusively on bird sounds from around the globe. It's interesting to consider other bird sounds... Read article

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    blog.programmableweb.com API Spotlight: FoodEssentials, Systran Link, and Bird Species With the Xeno-Canto API

    API Spotlight: FoodEssentials, Systran Link, and Bird Species With the Xeno-Canto API ProgrammableWeb.com keeps you up to date with web mashups and APIs: what's new, interesting, useful and important. Hundreds of mashups and APIs. Contribute, search, view, and chart them. Read article

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    techsupportalert.com Birdsong Free Online

    The Xeno-Canto bird sound database Get our latest top picks Top Rated Introduction The sound of birds and the music of birdsong is one of the great natural wonders of the world. Read article

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    tonywhitehead.org Soundings | Tony Whitehead … simply listening

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    angelfire.com The Gone Birding Newsletter V7, N1

    Thanks to Rafa Campos for having sent the URL for the Xeno-canto website. The site aims to eventually house recordings of the calls and/or songs of virtually all 4122 neotropical bird species. Sounds ambitious? They have already posted vocalizations of 1685 species, with more added daily! To make... Read article

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