'Western' Flycatcher  Oregon, Lake County, Warner Mountains Territory 1
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Song Phrase 1
Song Phrase 1, Lake Co., OR, 06/28/2005 Frequency just below 6 kHz, good enough for COFL.
Song Phrase 2
Song Phrase 2, Lake Co., OR, 06/28/2005 Discontinuous phrase 2, like most Warner birds. Matches right-most example for COFL. Tick frequency below 3 kHz = COFL. Maximun frequency is a little high for COFL, but much too low for PSFL. Rounded top = COFL. Overall, close to COFL.
Song Phrase 3
Song Phrase 3, Lake Co., OR, 06/28/2005 Not too high to be considered full COFL. Emphasis is appropriate for COFL.
Male Position Note
Male Position Note, Lake Co., OR, 06/28/2005 A continuously rising MPN, such as this, is rare, but is known from COFL range in the Rocky Mtns. Possibly this is not MPN, but another, undefined, call.
Female Position Note
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