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Listen to nature: explore bird wildlife sounds: Subsocines (Cotingas, Tyrant Flycatchers, Antbirds, Manakins, Lyrebirds)

Screaming Piha (13K)

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Bolivian Earthcreeper Upucerthia certhioides harterti
calls, recorded by Dave Willis, 29 July 1999, Saipina, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Bahia Tyrannulet Phylloscartes beckeri
song, recorded by Jeremy Minns, 7 November 2001, Boa Nova ('14 23S 40 13W), Bahia, Brazil.
Blue-winged Pitta Pitta moluccensis
song, recorded by Derek Holmes, 24 June 1973, Khao Yai National Park, Thailand.
Cajamarca Ant Pitta Grallaria rufula cajamarcae
song, recorded by Tom Gullick, 3 February 1999, 40 km from Celendin, 3100 m, Cajamarca/Celendin road, Peru.
Dusky-tailed Antbird Drymophila malura
song, recorded by Tom Gullick, 28 August 1995, Iguacu, Misiones, Argentina.
Ivory-breasted Pitta Pitta maxima
song, recorded by Nick Gardner, 28 August 1992, Kali Batu Putih, Halmahera, Indonesia.
Ochre-flanked Tapaculo Eugralla paradoxa
calls, recorded by Tom Gullick, 1 December 1998, Naheulbuta National Park, southern Chile, Chile.
Screaming Piha Lipaugus vociferans
recorded by Richard Ranft, 2 October 1985, Tambopata Wildlife Reserve, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios, Peru.
Superb Lyrebird Menura novaehollandiae
song with mimicry and commentary, from the 78 rpm disc published in 1931, the first bird sound record issued in Australia, recorded by R Littlejohns, Australia.
White-collared Manakin Manacus candei
wings sounds and calls at lek, recorded by Richard Ranft, 13 March 1986, La Selva Biological Reserve, Heredia Province, Costa Rica.
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