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Old Saturday 25th June 2011, 10:58   #1
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ID from sound, N Sweden

Hello.

What coul'd this be (not the Brambling) ?

In a birchforest.

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Old Saturday 25th June 2011, 11:14   #2
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It kinda has a Brambling feel....to my ear......


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Old Saturday 25th June 2011, 11:35   #3
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I've made some amplification of the soundfile. It is a Brambling in there, but it's not a Brambling who makes the "real" birdsong in between.

It also sings in the very beginning of the file.

Maybe a Chaffinch ?

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Old Saturday 25th June 2011, 13:22   #4
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Definitely a Brambling's nasal buzzing. The more complex phrases do sound like a singing Chaffinch to my ears. Although not one with a UK dialect!
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Old Saturday 25th June 2011, 15:51   #5
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yes, definitely chaffinch song.
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Old Saturday 25th June 2011, 16:06   #6
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Yes, thanks for your answers !

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The loud song is the Chaffinch and the quieter buzzing song in the background is Brambling.

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