Male Baltimore Oriole alarm chatter and a single hyu call. As with Red-winged Blackbirds, many of the so-called calls made by Baltimore Orioles appear to serve as abbreviated songs (House Wren in background,July, NJ).
Another example of the chatter (male, with Red-eyed Vireo, May, NJ).
Nasal zhuu call (with Gray Catbird, July, NJ).
As with male Red-winged Blackbirds, Baltimore Orioles often give call-like notes that are probably an abbreviated song, as with the next two examples: "hyu" calls (June, PA).
a lower call (July, NJ).
Chip-like calls and several other notes by male(Aug, NJ).
call at 1 sec with chip to left
call at 5 secs with chip to left
call at 7 secs
twitter-like call at 16,19 and 24 secs
Begging calls by a juvenile Baltimore Oriole(June, NJ)
Adult male Orchard Oriole chack and we-hee calls (June, NJ)
Male chack and hee calls.
hee call (June, NJ)
hee call (July, PA)
A pair of Orchard Orioles (first year male and female) near nest-site, several different calls, nestlings also calling from nest (at 4,6s) (June, NJ).
female twitter at 2 and15s
low churr at 8s
Same pair of Orchard Orioles, plaintive peeyoo calls starting at 28s.
Quiet wheezy call at 5 and 10s
A recording of a male giving a variety of calls with a female calling in the background (softer, yheer calls, the "flight" call) (June, NJ)
A male and female Orchard Oriole chasing each other and giving squeaky interaction calls (May, NJ)
The male Bobolink has a low chuck alarm. These perched males also gave the bink flight call, frequently a bisyllabic variation (with Savannah and Grasshopper Sparrow chip calls, June, NJ).
Similar call by migrant (Sep, NJ).
The female Bobolink alarm call is a rising vick (alternating with the male chuck call, June, NJ)
female call on right
This late migrant Bobolink gave a quiet aggressive hiss when interacting with nearby sparrows (Nov, PA).
The alarm call of the Eastern Meadowlark is a buzz. These were birds in flight (breeding grounds, July, ME).
Buzzy flight call
Shorter buzzy call by birds in flight (Upland Sandpiper calling, July, ME).
A flock of about thirty Eastern Meadowlarks singing and rattling, the rattle also indicates agitation (Nov, NJ)
Eastern Meadowlark rattle (time scale reduced)
Compare the lower rattle of a Western Meadowlark, with chup calls (May, ND)
Western Meadowlark rattle (time scale reduced)
chup call Western Meadowlark