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    Song identification for southeastern Arizona small bird

    Okay so the one consistent response I've gotten is House Finch. The only thing that's stumping me is that short descending raspy sound at the end of each song.
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    Song identification for southeastern Arizona small bird

    Especially for a novice like me. If my sister hadn't pointed out this song, I probably would never have singled it out. Now, it's the only song I hear when I walk outside. LOL Ack! I'll continue trying to find whose song this is; if I find it, I'll holler back here. We have some amazing birds...
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    Song identification for southeastern Arizona small bird

    Thank you! And welcome to my facial twitch guessing game! lol
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    Song identification for southeastern Arizona small bird

    Hello all, I've been attempting to identify a song we've been hearing for about the past three weeks in midtown Tucson, Arizona. I haven't been able to get a good look, as they're most often tucked in trees, but they are definitely smaller than a Robin, short beak, non-distinct features. I saw...
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