| Swainson's Thrush |
Recorded by J.R. Rigby on 2017-10-15|
United States, Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi
|Comments: call.   Natural sound. Bird calling from within a small patch of forest between a parking area and the grounds. Three individuals present but only one vocalizing. |
Habitat  29-acre estate centrally located in Oxford, MS consisting of antebellum home surrounded by lawns and adjacent forest. Privet hedges and small thickets divide the grounds into distinct lawn units. Bordered on all sides by mature oak-hickory forest. Forest edge consists of oak spp, hickory spp, red cedar, mulberry, with understory along the edge dominated by privet (Ligustrum sp.). Grounds around the house include isolated trees and manicured hedges. A path from the end of the parking area leads northward ~1 km through the forest to the northern edge of the property abutting the University of Mississippi campus
Editing  Edited in Adobe Audition. Butterworth high-pass filter, order 3, cutoff frequency 2 kHz Citation: J.R. Rigby, XC316428. Accessible at www.xeno-canto.org/316428.
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