Ever thought you were going deaf when you can see the beak of a bird moving but you can’t hear the sound? Well here is a bird that calls high up there in the frequency range, The Puerto rican tanager (Nesospingus speculiferus) is a small passerine bird endemic to the archipelago of Puerto Rico. It is the only member of the Nesospingus genus of the tanager family. The sound available here is the very high 12 KHz calls, if you can’t hear it you either have wax in your ears or your aging fast
The tanager is reasonably common in mixed-species flocks in the humid Puerto Rican highlands, this was recorded in the Caribbean national forest.
Recorded by Martyn Stewart.
Copyright: Martyn Stewart