S1E6 - Edge Habitat
SongscapesApril 20, 2019x
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S1E6 - Edge Habitat

Birds can be most abundant along "edge" habitats--between one discrete habitat and another. Here you will hear a mix of urban birds--Northern Cardinal, Blue Jay, Mourning Dove--along with the boreal species Yellow-rumped Warbler and a lakeside Song Sparrow. This soundscape was recorded close to a small road that divides ancient cedar forest from lake in a cottage setting.

Recorded at Isthmus Bay, Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada in July 2018.

Audio editing: Rob Porter

Audio sourced from the Hamilton Bioacoustics Research Project of the Hamilton Naturalists' Club.

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