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Bird Sounds of Ecuador, a Comprehensive Collection
Bird Sounds of Ecuador, a Comprehensive Collection is a DVD containing 9,670 separate recordings of 1501 birds in this incredibly bird-rich country.
Publisher: John V. Moore Nature Recordings
Bird Sounds of Ecuador, a Comprehensive Collection is a DVD containing 9,670 separate recordings of 1501 birds in this incredibly bird-rich country. If you’re going birding in Ecuador, this is a fantastic study tool.
In this new publication John V. Moore combines all of his previous 11 publications featuring Ecuador bird vocalizations with almost 3000 new recordings into a single DVD containing 9,670 separate recordings from 1501 species (approximately 1800 taxa).
Included are the sounds of nearly all the birds inhabiting the continental part of the country of Ecuador.
Where there is more than one subspecies for a particular species, their vocalizations are presented separately (eastern forms first).
There are separate presentations of tropical and subtropical forms that do not readily cross the Andes, even when they have not been ranked as different subspecies.
Not included are vocalizations from birds of the Galapagos Islands or from casual visitors and rare migrant species.
John V. Moore, Neils Krabbe, and Olaf Jahn, with special contributions by M. Lysinger, P. Coopmans, P. Mena V., A. Spencer, R. S. Ridgely, D. F. Lane, J. Nilsson, N. Athanas, L. Navarrete, and 144 other recordists.
- The recordings have no verbal announcements
- MP3 format
- Also contains a digital booklet with detailed recording data and other information in WORD, PDF, and EXCEL formats.
- 9,670 separate recordings
- Files are labeled (tagged) with embedded metadata allowing searches for particular recordings on multi-media organizing software such as iTunes and mobile devices such as iPod, iPhone, smartphone or tablet
- Achieves a high degree of completeness by not only presenting song repertoires but also a wide variety of calls and mechanical sounds of each species.
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