Tamarugo Conebill, Conirostrum tamarugense

Recording AV#12518. Chile: Quillagua (-21.6402, -69.5441)
recorded by Pamela C. Rasmussen

Recording Characterization

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Sonogram of recording #AV 12518
AVoCet catalog #AV12518
Audio duration (s)5.9
ID confidence and determination100%
seen well; not seen singing but sound coming from where birds were and no other species present
Other noisetraffic
Sound types presentsong
Grade of best portiongood
Playback usedno

Individual Characterization

Determined by: plumage
Behaviorforaging in and near crown of rather isolated large tamarugo tree; mostly remaining out of view inside tree, spending several seconds in each spot gleaning from vegetation then flying to new spot in same tree.
Group size1 calling, 2 present
Same individual as in other cuts in same spatiotemporal group?same pair


Recording dateMarch 08, 2011
Time recorded (24h)7:43h
LocationChile: Quillagua (-21.6402, -69.5441)
Coordinates determined by: Google Earth
Elevation (m)800
Determined by: Google Earth
Weatherclear, breezy
Habitatisolated large tamarugo that had blown over but continued growth at outskirts of extensive mature tamarugo grove

Additional Information

Recordist namePamela C. Rasmussen
Copyright/permissionscopyright by recordist; freely available for non-commercial use with attribution
Recording EquipmentNagra Ares BB+, Sennheiser ME-66/K6