Tuesday, October 20, 2009

RMBO Audio Quiz #3 - Answer

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In this recording you can hear a lot of creek noise which is a big hint. One songbird comes to mind when fast-flowing water is involved; the American Dipper. This species is a loud singer and it often has to be loud to be heard over the rushing torrent in the creeks where they are found. They are capable of singing very long songs of rhythmic whistles and trills. An interesting little tidbit: both dipper sexes sing year-round.

Four respondents guessed correctly on this quiz:

Joel Such
Marcel Such
Andy Bankert
Nathan Pieplow


Jason and Jeff
RMBO Audio Quizmasters

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