Thursday, 24 September 2009

Yellow-browed Calls



The strong winds are making sound recording frustrating to say the least but they do give a real autumnal feel to this recording of a Yellow-browed Warbler in the sycamores at Hoswick.







6 comments:

Billy said...

World class photos. I don't know about anyone else but when I try and play your recordings they never work. :(

Keep up the good work!

Bill

Hugh Harrop said...

Its a problem on some versions of IE Billy which causes a flash conflict - try viewing on Mozilla or Safari - two much more stable browser platforms by a mile.

Cheers

Hugh

Eagleseagles said...

What or which geese are those in the background?

Was listening to a YBW today at Barnes - very tricky to spot - and dipping a Spotted Crake (for the second time!) Very twitchy re the Sandhill Crane - and the Yellow-billed Cuckoo wonder if we can persuade them to fly north for first week of October?

C

Hugh Harrop said...

Hi - they were Greylags flying over. If either of those birds headed north I'd be happy!

Billy said...

Just tried it on Mozilla. Works now, thanks Hugh!

Hugh Harrop said...

Great stuff. Enjoy the sounds...