MORE BIRDING BY EAR, Eastern/Central - Peterson Field Guide
Read by . . .: Richard K. Walton & Robert W. Lawson
Edited by . . : Roger Tory Peterson
Publisher . . : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 1984 (also in 2000)
ISBN . . . . . .: ISBN-10: 0618225927; ISBN-13: 978-0618225927
Format . . . . : MP3. From 3 CD's (~3 hours), 37 tracks.
Bitrate . . . . : 128 kbps (iTunes 8, stereo, 44kHz)
Genre . . . . .: Nature, Birds, Birding
More Birding By Ear: Eastern and Central North America: A Guide to Bird-song Identification
Want to know what Twittering is really about?
If the original "Birding by Ear" I posted left you wanting more (hard as that is to imagaine),
than this might be the next challenge for you.
A continuation of the successful BIRDING BY EAR system for learning bird songs.
Covers 96 species
Worth mentioning what is said in the introduction: if you actually want to learn bird calls,
don't overload yourself with these. ACtive listening, a little at a time, is one recommended method.
But it will give new meaning to calling someone a Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker!
(I mean, of course, calling the bird to them... experts only please).
I scanned the cover, edited files names and MP3 tags - just for you.
!Bonus! 64 page booklet (black & white) scanned and included.
Chances are that if you're downloading this, you have a field guide of his on your shelf.
For quick identification and info, Peterson is the standard.
My preferred "deep reference" is "Sibley's Field Guide to Birds." (sibleyguides.com)
"I'm a Copyright Infringing Birdwatcher" - funny torrent comment on "Birding by Ear."
Related super-high demand torrents I've posted:
Birding by Ear & Peterson Multimedia Guide
Thanks for sharing & caring.
Originally posted: Mini, Demonoid, TPB
Please present your library card, and comment me some entertainment, lest I set my Blue-Headed Vireo on you.
Just as the original BIRDING BY EAR audio introduces listeners to a unique method of learning and remembering bird songs, MORE
BIRDING BY EAR employs these proven techniques for ninety-six additional species of birds found east of the Rockies. Walton and
Lawson have created learning groups of similar vocalizations and clearly point out distinguishing characteristics, using
phonetics, mnemonics, and other memory aids. MORE BIRDING BY EAR will increase your skill and enjoyment in the field by helping
you learn the vocalizations of twenty-five species of warblers, all of the North American rails, and an assortment of terns,
other waterbirds, and passerines. Many shorebird call notes are also included.
Combine the auditory instruction here with the visual features of the Peterson Identification System. Page numbers in MORE
BIRDING BY EAR's booklet refer to species descriptions in the PETERSON FIELD GUIDE TO BIRDS OF EASTERN AND CENTRAL NORTH
AMERICA, fifth edition.
Roger Tory Peterson, one of the world's greatest naturalists, received every major award for ornithology, natural science, and
conservation, as well as numerous honorary degrees, medals, and citations, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The
Peterson Identification System has been called the greatest invention since binoculars, and the Peterson Field Guides are
credited with helping to set the stage for the environmental movement.
Here's a list of birds covered (copied from cassette listing) - [get ready]:
Table of Contents
Cassette 1, Side A Introduction P. 5 Rails P. 9 Sora Virginia Rail Clapper Rail King Rail Yellow Rail Black Rail Waterbirds P. 15 Pied-Billed Grebe Least Bittern Common Moorhen American Coot Wood Duck Great Blue Heron Marsh Wren Empidonax Flycatchers P. 17 Least Flycatcher Acadian Flycatcher Willow Flycatcher Alder Flycatcher
Cassette 1, Side B Complex Vocalizations P. 19 Indigo Bunting Blue Grosbeak Pine Siskin Ruby-Crowned Kinglet Winter Wren Simple Vocalizations P. 20 Red-Breasted Nuthatch Common Nighthawk Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher Evening Grosbeak Osprey Northern Saw-Whet Owl Pairs P. 23 Black-Billed Cuckoo Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Brown Creeper Golden-Crowned Kinglet Fish Crow Common Raven Swainson’s Thrush Bicknell’s Thrush Boat-Tailed Grackle Rusty Blackbird American Pipit Horned Lark
Cassette 2, Side A Warblers: Buzzy P. 29 Prairie Warbler Blue-Winged Warbler Golden-Winged Warbler Black-Throated Blue Warbler Cerulean Warbler Warblers: Simple P. 31 Prothonotary Warbler Palm Warbler Worm-Eating Warbler Cape May Warbler Bay-Breasted Warbler Blackpoll Warbler Warblers: Two-Parted P. 34 Nashville Warbler Wilson’s Warbler Chestnut-Sided Warbler Magnolia Warbler Blackburnian Warbler Mourning Warbler Yellow-Rumped Warbler
Cassette 2, Side B Warblers: Complex P. 38 Northern Waterthrush Louisiana Waterthrush Swainson’s Warbler Yellow-Throated Warbler Tennessee Warbler Canada Warbler Yellow-Breasted Chat Sparrows P. 43 Savannah Sparrow Vesper Sparrow Bachman’s Sparrow Henslow's Sparrow Grasshopper Sparrow Saltmarsh Sharp-Tailed Sparrow Seaside Sparrow Miscellaneous P. 47 Common LoonYellow-Bellied Sapsucker Olive-Sided Flycatcher Blue-Headed Vireo
Cassette 3, Side A Shorebirds: Pairs P. 49 Lesser Yellowlegs Greater Yellowlegs Short-Billed Dowitcher Long-Billed Dowitcher Shorebirds: Plovers P. 51 Black-Bellied Plover American Golden-Plover Semipalmated Plover Shorebirds: Whistlers P. 52 Spotted Sandpiper Whimbrel Upland Sandpiper Willet Shorebirds: Peepers P. 54 Least Sandpiper Semipalmated Sandpiper Sanderling Pectoral Sandpiper Shorebirds:Other P. 56 Common Snipe Terns P. 57 Royal Tern Caspian Tern Common Tern Forster's Tern Least Tern
Cassette 3, Side B Habitat Groupings Baxter State Park, Maine Wetlands Common Loon Rusty Blackbird Olive-Sided Flycatcher Palm Warbler Wilson’s Warbler Alder Flycatcher Second Growth And Forest Least Flycatcher Mourning Warbler Winter Wren
Tennessee Warbler Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker Blue-Headed Vireo Pine Siskin Ruby-Crowned Kinglet Evening Grosbeak Spruce And Fir Forest Brown Creeper Yellow-Rumped Warbler Swainson’s Thrush Cape May Warbler Golden-Crowned Kinglet Northern Saw-Whet Owl Red-Breasted Nuthatch Bay-Breasted Warbler Blackpoll Warbler
Mt. Katahdin, Summit Bicknell’s Thrush Common Raven American Pipit
Goose Lake Prairie State Park, Illinois Hawthorn And Poplar Grove Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Willow Flycatcher Yellow-Breasted Chat Prairie Savannah Sparrow Henslow’s Sparrow Grasshopper Sparrow Upland Sandpiper Vesper Sparrow Prairie Potholes Pied-Billed Grebe Least Bittern American Coot Marsh Wren Wood Duck Virginia Rail King Rail Spotted Sandpiper
Southern New Jersey Salt Marshes Clapper Rail Osprey Fish Crow Boat-Tailed Grackle Saltmarsh Sharp-Tailed Sparrow Black Rail Great Blue Heron Beaches And Mudflats Royal Tern Lesser Yellowlegs Short-Billed Dowitcher Semipalmated Plover Samipalmated Sandpiper Least Sandpiper Caspian Tern
Woodlands Chestnut-Sided Warbler Black-Billed Cuckoo Blue-Winged Warbler Louisiana Waterthrush Worm-Eating Warbler Magnolia Warbler Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia Beaches Common Tern Sanderling Horned Lark Forster’s Tern Least Tern
Mudflats And Marshes Willet Greater Yellowlegs Long-Billed Dowitcher Black-Bellied Plover Whimbrel American Golden-Plover Pectoral Sandpiper Francis Marion National Forest, South Carolina Pine Woods Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher Prairie Warbler Bachman’s Sparrow Indigo Bunting Mixed Hardwood And Swamp Swainson’s Warbler Acadian Flycatcher Yellow-Throated Warbler Prothonotary Warbler Texas
Gulf Coast Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge: Marshes Sora Common Moorhen Seaside Sparrow Yellow Rail Common Snipe
High Island: Live Oaks And Hackberries Canada Warbler Golden-Wiinged Warbler Black-Throated Blue Warbler Cerulean Warbler Blue Grosbeak Nashville Warbler Blackburnian Warbler Northern Waterthrush