Thursday, January 13

Old world sparrows

The House Sparrow "song" is a repeated chlip chlip (male, April, PA).

The extended chatter is typically given by females (June, PA).

The cheep of a male can also be heard (according to BNA females do not often cheep).

A different, clearer cheep by a male (May, PA).

Another call by a male, "ch-ree" (Apr, PA).

An agitated male near its nest-site, with 3 different calls (May, PA).


chips at 10s, notes similar to the female chatter call on sonagram

shorter churs at 35s

A descending chip (sex unknown)(June, PA).

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