20' 45.1" N 26° 10' 15.4" E 24
from scrub on a rocky coastal headland.
composed of strophes of one second interspersed
with long pauses up to 15 seconds. Note that strophes
are normally longer, but song output probably decreased
at this stage of the breeding season.
consisting of a rapid, chattered, scratchy warble
(Sardinian-like) of churrs, sharp whistles and clicks
but overall narrower frequency range than Eastern Subalpine
so sounding lower in pitch.