Wheatear Oenanthe isabellina
13' 44.1" N 25° 57' 23.9" W 22
song from dry, barren crown of a hillside c360m.
composed of long strophes of up to 25 secs begining
with a short, sharp, downslurred whistle element, repeated
in single or double phrases, before terminating in a crescendo
of more complex phrases consisting of wheezes, hisses
and harder 'chack' and 'churr' elements. This bird uttered
all strophes during aerial display flights.
rate per minute
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