two calls of a Starling with a woodpecker hammering in the middle
there is only Dendrocopos major and Picus viridis in this area (to my knwledge), I guess it could be any. The rate of beats may depend on many variables, but I'm no bird expert. By the way,I found this Italian resource with many European bird calls:http://www.scricciolo.com/eurosongs/canti.htm
Analyzing this Woodpecker sound, he is doing 20 beats per second, with a burst of about 15 beats. Compare with my Woodpecker in http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=13544 who was doing burst of about 10 beats at a rate of 17 beats per second, similar, I think, to the Woodpecker in Reinsamba's "evening in the forest" http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/samplesViewSingle.php?id=18765Is this enough to distinguish species? I thought mine was a Greater Spotted. Maybe this is a Lesser Spotted or something else?
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