Dawn in temperate forest. South African birds 37-61

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  • Recording locations

    George, Cape Province, South Africa

  • Performance occasion

    0445-0510 hours

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    Watts, David

  • Description

    Recorded in a forest, with trees tall and short with some bushes and more open areas. Background : contributors include white-eyes (in season often first to sing at dawn), Knysna Lourie, Chorister Robin, Lemon (or Cinnamon) Doves, Hadeda Ibis, Tambourine Doves, Sombre Bulbul, Cape Batis, insects, frogs; some not so loud purring notes; a little running water at times from a stream. Weather overcast but still.

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