Bird Voices of Northern California

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This is a compilation of bird recordings from Northern California. The field recordings were done primarily by Ron LeValley with help from the California Department of Fish and Game, Sean McAllister, Mark Higley and Seth Bunnell. Songs and calls were catalogued by Ron LeValley and David Fix wrote and spoke the narration. These sounds were mostly recorded in Humboldt, Trinity and Siskiyou counties. Most species are represented by their most common calls or songs. In many cases, the recordings include sounds from many individuals, illustrating the variation that one might encounter in the field. We have chosen to use some recordings of marginal quality because of their value in helping to learn voice identification. Species are identified after the song or call is played. The tape is arranged following the American Ornithologists Union checklist.

2007 Mad River Biologists

Disc One

Track Species
1. Greater White-fronted Goose
2. Snow Goose
3. Aleutian Cackling Goose
4. Canada Goose
5. Tundra Swan
6. Wood Duck
7. Gadwall
8. Mallard
9. Northern Pintail
10. Ring-necked Pheasant
11 Blue Grouse
12. Wild Turkey
13. Mountain Quail
14. California Quail
15. Pied-billed Grebe
16.Eared Grebe
17. Western Grebe
18. American Bittern
19. Great Blue Heron
20. Great Egret
21. White-faced Ibis
22. Osprey
23. Bald Eagle
24. Northern Harrier
25. Sharp-shinned Hawk
26. Cooper's Hawk
27. Northern Goshawk
28. Red-shouldered Hawk
29. Red-tailed Hawk
30. Prairie Falcon
31. Virginia Rail
Track Species
32. Sora
33. American Coot
34. Sandhill Crane
35. Black-bellied Plover
36. Snowy Plover
37. Semipalmated Plover
38. Killdeer
39. Black Oystercatcher
40. Black-necked Stilt
41. American Avocet
42. Greater Yellowlegs
43. Lesser Yellowlegs
44. Willet
45. Spotted Sandpiper
46. Whimbrel
47. Marbled Godwit
48. Sanderling
49. Least Sandpiper
50. Pectoral Sandpiper
51. Dunlin
52. Short-billed Dowitcher
53. Long-billed Dowitcher
54. Wilson's Snipe
55. Heermann's Gull
56. Mew Gull
57. Ring-billed Gull
58. Western Gull
59. Caspian Tern
60. Elegant Tern
61. Forster's Tern
62. Black Tern
63. Common Murre
64. Pigeon Guillemot
65. Marbled Murrelet
66. Band-tailed Pigeon
Track Species
67. Mourning Dove
68. Barn Owl
69. Flammulated Owl
70. Western Screech-Owl
71. Great Horned Owl
72. Northern Pygmy-Owl
73. Spotted Owl
74. Northern Saw-whet Owl
75. Common Nighthawk
76. Common Poorwill
77. Vaux's Swift
78. White-throated Swift
79. Anna's Hummingbird
80. Belted Kingfisher
81. Acorn Woodpecker
82. Red-breasted Sapsucker
83. Nuttall's Woodpecker
84. Downy Woodpecker
85. Hairy Woodpecker
86. White-headed Woodpecker
87. Black-backed Woodpecker
88. Red-shafted Flicker
89. Pileated Woodpecker
90. Olive-sided Flycatcher
91. Western Wood-Pewee
92. Hammond's Flycatcher
93. Gray Flycatcher
94. Dusky Flycatcher
95. Pacific-slope Flycatcher
96. Black Phoebe
97. Ash-throated Flycatcher
98. Western Kingbird

Disc Two

Track Species
1. Cassin's Vireo
2. Hutton's Vireo
3. Warbling Vireo
4. Steller's Jay
5. Western Scrub-Jay
6. Clark's Nutcracker
7. Yellow-billed Magpie
8. American Crow
9. Common Raven
10. Horned Lark
11. Purple Martin
12. Tree Swallow
13. Violet-green Swallow
14. Northern Rough-winged Swallow
15. Bank Swallow
16. Cliff Swallow
17. Barn Swallow
18. Black-capped Chickadee
19. Mountain Chickadee
20. Chestnut-backed Chickadee
21. Oak Titmouse
22. Bushtit
23. Red-breasted Nuthatch
24. White-breasted Nuthatch
25. Pygmy Nuthatch
26. Brown Creeper
27. Rock Wren
28. Canyon Wren
29. Bewick's Wren
30. House Wren
31. Winter Wren
32. Marsh Wren
Track Species
33. Golden-crowned Kinglet
34. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
35. Townsend's Solitaire
36. Western Bluebird
37. Swainson's Thrush
38. Hermit Thrush
39. American Robin
40. Varied Thrush
41. Wrentit
42. Northern Mockingbird
43. European Starling
44. American Pipit
45. Cedar Waxwing
46. Orange-crowned Warbler
47. Nashville Warbler
48. Yellow Warbler
49. Audubon's Warbler
50. Black-throated Gray Warbler
51. Townsend's Warbler
52. Hermit Warbler
53. American Redstart
54. MacGillivray's Warbler
55. Common Yellowthroat
56. Wilson's Warbler
57. Yellow-breasted Chat
58. Western Tanager
59. Green-tailed Towhee
60. Spotted Towhee
61. Chipping Sparrow
62. Brewer's Sparrow
63. Vesper Sparrow
64. Lark Sparrow
Track Species
65. Sage Sparrow
66. Savannah Sparrow
67. Grasshopper Sparrow
68. Fox Sparrow
69. Song Sparrow
70. White-throated Sparrow
71. White-crowned Sparrow
72. Golden-crowned Sparrow
73. Dark-eyed Junco
74. Black-headed Grosbeak
75. Lazuli Bunting
76. California Towhee
77. Red-winged Blackbird
78. Western Meadowlark
79. Yellow-headed Blackbird
80. Brewer's Blackbird
81. Brown-headed Cowbird
82. Hooded Oriole
83. Bullock's Oriole
84. Purple Finch
85. Cassin's Finch
86. House Finch
87. Red Crossbill
88. Pine Siskin
89. Lesser Goldfinch
90. American Goldfinch
91. Evening Grosbeak
92. House Sparrow
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