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    Bird call ID - Lancashire, UK

    Does anyone recognize the bird call in this recording? Edit: soundcloud link had problems - see attachement (thanks, mod!). BirdNET only recognized the willow warbler that's heard in the background, but I'm talking about the four consecutive chirps. Any guess on what it could be? I've heard this...