New edition: Recording & analysis of bird vocalizations

WOS thanks Sylvia Halkin and Walter Berry for producing a major update to the chapter in the Manual of Field and Laboratory Exercises for Ornithology regarding bird vocalizations. This chapter outlines exercises that provide hands-on experience with the recording and analysis techniques that are used to explore the diversity and functions of sounds made by birds.

As with all chapters in the Manual, the contribution by Halkin and Berry is available free of charge for instructors and students of ornithology. WOS hopes that this resource will be of value for its members—and future members—and to ornithology at large.

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About Wilson Ornithological Society

The Wilson Ornithological Society (WOS) is an international scientific society comprising community members who share a curiosity about birds. The WOS produces the quarterly Wilson Journal of Ornithology as the latest iteration of scientific journal publication supported by the Society since 1888. The WOS is committed to providing mentorship to both professional and amateur ornithologists through sponsorship of research, teaching, and conservation. Find us on wilsonsociety.org, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@WilsonOrnithSoc).

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