Cerulean Warbler, Dendroica cerulea

Recording AV#13849. USA: Waterloo Recreation Area (42.3111, -84.1957)
recorded by Cody Porter

Recording Characterization

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Sonogram of recording #AV 13849
AVoCet catalog #AV13849
Audio duration (s)204.0
ID confidence and determination100%
seen well; originally identified by song
Other identified bird speciesAcadian Flycatcher, Eastern Wood-Pewee, Veery, Yellow Warbler, American Robin, Scarlet Tanager, American Redstart, Downy Woodpecker, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Northern Cardinal, Great Crested Flycatcher, Eastern Towhee
Other noiseTraffic, recordist noise
Sound types presentSong
Grade of best portionGood
Playback usedNo

Individual Characterization

Determined by: Plumage
Determined by: Plumage
BehaviorSeveral males singing from high in canopy of mature deciduous forest. The warblers were in an area dominated by Populus spp.
Group sizeSeveral individuals nearby, though mostly out of auditory range.
Same individual as in other cuts in same spatiotemporal group?No


Recording dateJune 23, 2011
Time recorded (24h)08:56
LocationUSA: Waterloo Recreation Area (42.3111, -84.1957)
Coordinates determined by: estimate from Google Earth
Elevation (m)300
Determined by: estimate from Google Earth
Weatherovercast, windy and misting periodically
HabitatMature deciduous forest with a structurally diverse canopy. Populus spp. prevalent in this particular section.

Additional Information

Recordist nameCody Porter
Copyright/permissionscopyright by recordist, freely available for non-commercial use with attribution
Recording EquipmentMarantz PMD-661, Sennheiser ME-67