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Louisiana Waterthrush: Song, Call - No Artist - Guide To Bird Sounds (Flexi-disc)

Louisiana Waterthrush: Song, Call - No Artist - Guide To Bird Sounds (Flexi-disc)

  • Kazizshura says:
    Northern Waterthrush: Large, ground-walking warbler with dark brown upperparts and white to pale yellow underparts with dark, heavy streaks. Eyebrows are thick and vary from pale yellow to white. It flies swiftly in a direct line for short distances. Territorial in both its winter and summer ranges.
  • Faezilkree says:
    According to bird books, the song of the Yellow Warbler sounds like: “Sweet, sweet, sweet; I’m so sweet!” but until I’ve heard a bird a few times for myself, I’m rarely able to relate to such chorus-lines from books and I tend to make up my own word-strings to help me remember various bird calls, so — for me — the Yellow Warbler.
  • Vibar says:
    Wow Kelly, this is soooo cool! I have the hardest time trying to remember bird songs. Of course I know a few but not enough to bird by ear, which is, by the way, the best way to bird. If you can ID the song, you know where to look for that species. January 5, at PM.
  • Tujar says:
    Migratory Birds, and America’s Most Wanted Birds, and is primary author of Larkwire, an online and handheld application for learning bird sounds. His illustrations have been widely published in books and field guides, including the National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America and the new.
  • Nilkis says:
    Feb 08,  · THE 'THRUSH' THAT ISN'T: NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH ON ABACO The pretty thrush-like warbler Northern Waterthrush Parkesia noveboracensis is a common winter resident on Abaco. Despite the name it's not a real thrush, but it is larger than most of the compact winter warblers that heed the the migratory instinct that "It's Better in the Bahamas" and.
  • Voodoora says:
    The Louisiana waterthrush is common in spring and summer. Look for it constantly dipping and bobbing its tail as it walks along the shoreline among rocks and rootwads in search of insects. Beautiful yellow-throated warblers have a song similar to the Louisiana waterthrush, but this species will be singing from high in a sycamore tree.
  • Zolohn says:
    Voice: Aretas A. Saunders sends me the following study of the song: "The song of the Louisiana waterthrush is a loud, high-pitched one, exceedingly pleasing in its wild, sweet quality. Songs in my records vary from 6 to 19 notes, averaging about The song is distinctly divisible into two parts.
  • Tekus says:
    Field marks: The bird with which the northern waterthrush is most likely to be confused is its congener, the Louisiana waterthrush; the former has a huffy line over the eye and sulphur-yellow under parts, streaked with black almost up to the chin; the latter has a more conspicuous pure white stripe over the eye, a much whiter throat, and white.

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