White-throated Sparrow

Song | Boreal forest of the Haute-Cote-Nord


Date/Time : 29.05.2018 / 5:36 AM
Location : Boreal forest of the Haute-Cote-Nord, Quebec, Canada [50°19’21.3″N 66°46’25.3″W]
Altitude : 290m (951′)
Equipment : Wildtronics Pro Mono Parabolic, 633



‘Pink’ Calls, Song & ‘Seet’ Calls


Song


‘Pink’ and ‘Seet’ Calls & feeble Song


‘Seet’ and ‘Pink’ Calls


Date/Time : 27.05.2018 / morning
Habitat : Mixed forest near sand dunes
Location : Sand dunes of Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada [48°09’24.9″N 69°39’51.7″W]
Equipment : Wildtronics Pro Mono Parabolic, 633/PCM-M10



Song preceded by interesting serie of calls | Boreal forest of the Haute-Cote-Nord


Date/Time : 30.05.2018 / 8:48 AM
Location : Boreal forest of the Haute-Cote-Nord, Quebec, Canada [50°19’21.3″N 66°46’25.3″W]
Altitude : 290m (951′)
Equipment : Wildtronics Pro Mono Parabolic, 633



Song | Gaspesie National Park

White-throated Sparrow’s song. Excerpt from the dawn chorus in Gaspesie National Park.
The mountain birds awake on a spring morning in this sublime and majestic park.

Species : White-throated Sparrow, American Robin, Fox Sparrow, Blackpoll Warbler, Tenessee Warbler, Dark-eyed Junco, American Goldfinch, Pine Siskin, Swamp Sparrow, Chipping Sparrow, Swainson’s Thrush, Black-and-white Warbler.
Date/Time : 20.07.2017 / early morning
Emplacement : Trail between Mount Jacques-Cartier and Mount Xalibu, McGerrigle Mountain Range, Gaspesie National Park, Quebec, Canada [48°58’08.4″N 65°59’31.2″W]
Altitude : 1030m (3380′)
Equipment : EM172 (AB), PCM-M10

Spectrogram

Photo by Cephas (CC BY-SA 3.0)