River Gums and Black Box 6. Australian soundscapes 92/37

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    Kinchega National Park, New South Wales, Australia, Australia. New South Wales. Kinchega National Park

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    0930 hours

  • Recordist

    Lumsdaine, David, 1931-

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    Recording notes: in sequence #51823-51827. Recorded a short distance from the river at 9.30, the recording opens with the calls of a Black-Faced Cuckooshrike and the song of a White-winged Triller flying from one Black Box tree to another. Behind them we hear Magpies and the Striated Pardalote. The warm sun has encouraged cicadas and grasshoppers to join in the song.

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