Below is the press release relating to the exciting new Sound Approach discovery of the Omani Owl, a brand new species for science.
These sound recordings, sonagrams and the photo refer to the recently accepted second Blyth’s Pipit for Portugal, as far as we know the most westerly ever. It was found by Magnus Robb, who heard it then saw it while on the island of Berlenga, Leiria on 13 October 2010. In the first recording, you can hear the two main call types of Blyth’s, a long one and a short one.
Magnus Robb’s Petrels night & day has been referenced in Ibis Journal’s eighth report of the Taxonomic Sub-Committee of the BOU Records Committee relating to the British List. Have a read here
To run in conjunction with the launch of the Sound Approach’s fourth book, Catching the Bug, the new Birds of Poole Harbour website has been created to help visitors to the site make the most of this breathtaking natural harbour. Learn all about the places featured in the book, what you’ll see and when to go.
In the Sound Approaches fourth title, Catching the Bug, author Mark Constantine looks deep into the theory that sound and sonograms are vital in the positive identification of Siberian Chiffchaff.