Friday, November 6, 2015

Chimp and See (and Hear!) #2

Sometimes, our most interesting discoveries aren’t what we see, but what we hear!  In this series of posts, we’ll share some of the fascinating sounds of Africa that we’ve heard in the Chimp & See project.

Today, we'll hear from the birds found in West & Central Africa.  Many of our video clips have at least one bird vocalizing in the background, and every once in a while we catch a glimpse of these beautiful animals.  Here are some of the unique birds we've heard during this project!

Included here:
White-breasted guineafowl, Hadada ibis, Long-tailed glossy starling (2 different vocalizations), Yellow-casqued hornbill, White-crested hornbill, and Great blue turaco

To see and hear more from these birds, head over to!

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