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    Bird audio from Redding California today.

    Sings at 10-12, 19-21, 28-30. I hear it pretty clearly from my iPhone with the volume all the way up without putting the speaker up to my ear. Possibly incompatibility between windows and m4a files?
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    Bird audio from Redding California today.

    I am stumped. Anyone know what this is? The closest I can think of is purple finch but I’m not sure.
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