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Hall's Giant-Petrel
Macronectes halli Mathews, 1912
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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.
Northern Giant Petrel - Macronectes halli Andrew Spencer 2015-02-13 Prion Island, South Georgia, South Georgia Island (Antarctic British Islands) (0 m) call -

natural vocalization; calls from the same pair as in XC254063.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

254065
xeno-canto.org
Northern Giant Petrel - Macronectes halli Andrew Spencer 2015-02-13 Prion Island, South Georgia, South Georgia Island (Antarctic British Islands) (0 m) call -

natural vocalization; calls from a pair of birds at a nesting site. One of the birds was sitting on the nest, while another was variably in the air or perched a ways off. Habitat was tall, dense tussock grass on a rat-free island.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

254063
xeno-canto.org
Northern Giant Petrel - Macronectes halli Andrew Spencer 2015-02-13 Prion Island, South Georgia, South Georgia Island (Antarctic British Islands) (0 m) call -

natural vocalization; calls from the same pair as in XC254063.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

254064
xeno-canto.org
Northern Giant Petrel - Macronectes halli Dan Lane 2015-11-20 South Bay, approx 7 km S, near Kaikoura, South Island, Kaikoura District (New Zealand) (-30 m) call -

Aggressive vocalizations (the rasps) from several birds as they squabbled chum bait dragging behind boat. Wave noise. The longer rasps were usually given as a new bird flew in and landed, adopting a hunched posture with neck extended and wings well out to sides.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

293090
xeno-canto.org
Northern Giant Petrel - Macronectes halli Dan Lane 2015-11-20 South Bay, approx 7 km S, near Kaikoura, South Island, Kaikoura District (New Zealand) (-30 m) call -

Aggressive vocalizations (the rasps) from several birds as they squabbled chum bait dragging behind boat. Wave noise. The longer rasps were usually given as a new bird flew in and landed, adopting a hunched posture with neck extended and wings well out to sides.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

293088
xeno-canto.org
Northern Giant-petrel - Macronectes halli Daniel Lane 12-03-2010 South Bay, approx 7 km S, near Kaikoura, South Island, Kaikoura District (New Zealand) (0 m) calls (D) - Lifted from video. Notes of birds squabbling for chum at stern of boat. Listen for high rasp at about 2 sec. 46802
xeno-canto.org
Northern Giant-Petrel - Macronectes halli Andrew Spencer 2015-02-13 Prion Island, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, Antarctic British Islands (Antarctic British Islands)   - calls from a pair of birds at a nesting site. One of the birds was sitting on the nest, while another was variably in the air or perched a ways off. Habitat was tall, dense tussock grass on a rat-free island. 31374291
macaulaylibrary.org
Northern Giant Petrel - Macronectes halli Dan Lane 2015-11-20 South Bay, approx 7 km S, near Kaikoura, South Island, Kaikoura District (New Zealand) (-30 m) call -

Aggressive vocalizations (the rasps) from several birds as they squabbled chum bait dragging behind boat. Wave noise. The longer rasps were usually given as a new bird flew in and landed, adopting a hunched posture with neck extended and wings well out to sides.

bird-seen:yes

playback-used:no

293089
xeno-canto.org

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