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Old Thursday 22nd May 2014, 09:12   #1
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ID from sound. N. Sweden

Hi.

I regognize this, but can't nail it.

Very short song (about 2-3 secs.), short break and short song again, over and over again for minutes.

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//Ben
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Old Thursday 22nd May 2014, 09:32   #2
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Hi.

I regognize this, but can't nail it.

Very short song (about 2-3 secs.), short break and short song again, over and over again for minutes.

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//Ben
FWIW...I certainly don't recognise this song Ben, can you explain the habitat..I'm thinking it has a "Chat" quality to it?

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Old Thursday 22nd May 2014, 09:39   #3
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i think it's a northern wheatear.
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Yes, Wheatear is very close !

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Old Thursday 22nd May 2014, 15:32   #5
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Sounds ok for Wheatear but coming from the south I rarely if ever hear them singing so will be open to different ideas from what others say who have more experience.
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Old Thursday 22nd May 2014, 19:38   #6
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Whinchat; the sound is much more soft than that of a Northern Wheateater.
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Old Friday 23rd May 2014, 06:36   #7
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Thank you Hannu. I will go whith Whinchat, it WAS much softer than Wheatear. I've been listening to Whinchat recordings all morning, and it matches very well !

Thanks all for your answers !


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