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Northern Sweden - Common Treecreeper?

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Old Saturday 13th June 2009, 16:44   #1
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Northern Sweden - Common Treecreeper?

Hi,
is this Common Treecreeper? Sound only. (Mixed with other birdsong, not easy to hear).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dbd4DqfWKQ0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXPhXHk4VxQ
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Old Saturday 13th June 2009, 18:23   #2
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It sounds like a Robin to me.
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I agree with Robin and can't hear anything else. Is there any point on the recordings you think we should listen?
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I agree with Robin and can't hear anything else. Is there any point on the recordings you think we should listen?
Hi,
thanks for the replys.

No not really, its my girlfriends recordings. She heard a song simular to Willow Warbler, but not willow, and since she does not have Treecreeper she wondered if I could ask the pro:s if you could listen to it. However I think the camera microphone cuts of the frequency willow/treecreepers sings at.
And yeah, the robin also sang next to the creepeer/willow.
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