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Lord Howe Rail

Hypotaenidia sylvestris (Sclater, PL, 1870)

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Partial list of sound recordings available from xeno-canto, macaulaylibrary.org & avocet.zoology.msu.edu.
Species name Recordist Date Location Remarks Cat.nr.
Lord Howe Woodhen - Gallirallus sylvestris Todd Mark 2016-06-07 Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Lord Howe Island (Australia) (10 m) call -

Lord Howe Woodhen calls at dusk, night and dawn. This individual was calling in the early morning and seemed to be the mascot of the Somerset Apartments.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

324197
xeno-canto.org
Lord Howe Woodhen - Gallirallus sylvestris Eddy Smith 2017-10-16 LHI21--Little Island--forest at south end, Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Lord Howe Island (Australia) (10 m) adult, alarm call, sex uncertain -

A group of four adults foraging on the forest floor. Constantly kept calling while on the move.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

506761
xeno-canto.org
Lord Howe Woodhen - Gallirallus sylvestris Todd Mark 2016-06-07 Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Lord Howe Island (Australia) (10 m) call -

Lord Howe Woodhen calls at dusk, night and dawn. This individual was calling in the early morning and seemed to be the mascot of the Somerset Apartments. [This is its grunting call]

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

324198
xeno-canto.org
Lord Howe Rail - Gallirallus sylvestris Edward Smith 2017-10-17 LHI21--Little Island--forest at south end, Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Australia, Lord Howe Island (Australia)   - Calls uttered by an adult bird. 73981811
macaulaylibrary.org

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