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Black-tailed Treecreeper

Climacteris melanurus Gould, 1843

Related taxa:
Partial list of sound recordings available from xeno-canto, macaulaylibrary.org & avocet.zoology.msu.edu.
Species name Recordist Date Location Remarks Cat.nr.
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park: Fire Project (via Colin Trainor) 2018-04-23 WAH11, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (40 m) call, song -

Some nice loud calls

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

480949
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park, Australia, Fire Study 2018 2018-04-19 NBF03, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (50 m) song -

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

478689
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park: Fire Project (via Colin Trainor) 2018-04-24 WA03, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (30 m) song -

Continuous for almost 2 mins

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

481267
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park, Australia, Fire Study 2018 2018-04-19 NBF03, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (50 m) song -

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

478688
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus wellsi John Graff 2014-06-20 Gt Northern Hwy, Western Australia, Western Australia (Australia) (240 m) alarm call, flight call -

Single bird making alarm call when flushed by observer. Basic noise removal and some amplification conducted in Audacity. Originally recorded on iPhone in .m4a, converted to .mp3

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

184092
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus melanurus Kakadu Nat Park, Australia, Fire Study 2018 2018-05-02 Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory [Plot K07], South Alligator (Australia) (40 m) call -

Long segment of song, some quite clear background calls of other birds also

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

477494
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park: Fire Project (via Colin Trainor) 2018-04-17 NBF04, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (40 m) song -

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

480073
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park: Fire Project (via Colin Trainor) 2018-05-08 TFM02, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (40 m) song -

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

480451
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus wellsi John Graff 2014-06-20 Gt Northern Hwy, Western Australia, Western Australia (Australia) (240 m) call -

Single bird calling in vegetation adjacent to creekline. Basic noise removal and some amplification conducted in Audacity. Originally recorded on iPhone in .m4a, converted to .mp3

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

184091
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus melanurus Pieter de Groot Boersma 2015-06-27 Lake Argyle, Shire of Wyndham-East Kimberley, Western Australia, Western Australia (Australia) (130 m) song -

A bird responded to playback by flying from one Eucalaypt tree to the next, in circles around its 'rival'.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:yes

326234
xeno-canto.org
Black-tailed Treecreeper - Climacteris melanurus Kakadu Nat Park, Australia, Fire Study 2018 2018-04-18 NBF03, Kakadu, West Arnhem Shire, Northern Territory, South Alligator (Australia) (50 m) song -

bird-seen:no

playback-used:no

478687
xeno-canto.org

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