Otherwise, be very judicious in using this technique – frequent, constant audio playback is known to be disruptive to many species, common and rare.
Within this broad question, there are several subcategories, such as the look-alike species problem, or addressing a sighting of a dramatically out-of-season species; for example, a Yellow Warbler in January, or a Black Vulture in Stephenson County, far north of its normal range. Common sense is the best screener in your decision to document.Making an ID based on a call or chip note only is often not a reliable method.Can I count a bird when I use an audio recording to lure it into view? Using this technique in those places is a clear violation of the ABA Code of Ethics.As always, the ultimate decision to list the species is yours.We asked the ABA committee about the scenario of seeing cranes following the ultralight plane. Rummage sale, baked goods and lunch with homemade turkey and dressing sandwiches and more. Mooney Hollow Barn (Reception Hall & Saloon), Green Island, Iowa Country Tradition, 7 p.m. Come on out and dance to the sounds of the Country Tradition Band playing Traditional Country Music. Jason sings, plays electric guitar, harmonica and drums all at the same time. Days Inn / Spirits bar and grill, 1111 Dodge Street, HTM (Hoffmann, Troy & Marceau), 8 - p.m.