Swainson's Thrush & State park Issaquah

Martyn Stewart mstew at naturesound.org
Mon Mar 22 16:16:33 PST 2004


Sorry, my ridiculous spell check auto corrected this before I sent it, I had
spelt "Dulcet" wrong and when it had gone I realised, but thought ah what
the hell!

 

Martyn

 

Martyn Stewart

Birds Sounds Digitally Recorded at:

http://www.naturesound.org

N47.65543   W121.98428

Redmond. Washington. USA

Make every Garden a wildlife Habitat

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From: Desilvis, Denis J [mailto:denis.j.desilvis at boeing.com] 
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 9:28 AM
To: mstew at naturesound.org
Subject: RE: Swainson's Thrush & State park Issaquah

 

Hmmm. I guess I'm not very good with this -- what are "dorsal" tones? I'm
familiar with the term "dulcet" as related to tones. Are dorsal tones
something to do with those coming from the bottom of a bird? I need some
help here.

 

May all your birds be identified, 

Denis DeSilvis 
Seattle, WA 
mailto:denis.j.desilvis at boeing.com 

-----Original Message-----
From: Martyn Stewart [mailto:mstew at naturesound.org] 
Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2004 4:01 PM
To: 'Tweeters'
Subject: Swainson's Thrush & State park Issaquah

I got my first Swainson's thrush of the season this afternoon at State Park
Issaquah, beautiful haunting spiral sound!

The herons are doing well on the building with maybe 5 to 6 more nests than
last year; I counted 41 herons in the Heronry :-)

Tree swallows in abundance, no willow flycatchers yet or common
yellowthroats but after today's sunshine, the dorsal tones will soon be with
us :-)

 

 

Martyn

 

Martyn Stewart

Birds Sounds Digitally Recorded at:

http://www.naturesound.org

N47.65543   W121.98428

Redmond. Washington. USA

Make every Garden a wildlife Habitat

 

 

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