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Old Thursday 29th June 2017, 18:12   #1
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Hi !

The voice was lika Garden Warbler, but the strophes seems very short for GW ?

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Old Thursday 29th June 2017, 18:53   #2
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Tarzzz Hi,

To my ear it's too slow for GW, the pace and delivery of the fluted notes sound more like Blackcap, albeit "not typical" song. Possibly a variation on a theme, with some introduced mimic notes of another species?

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Thanks. Blackcap is very possible at the location,,
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Sounds fine for Garden Warbler to me.
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Bluethroat for me. What was the habitat like?
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Bluethroat for me. What was the habitat like?
it's just the very first notes which might stem from a singing bluethroat but the main song in this recording is of a garden warbler.
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I will go with Garden Warbler.

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I will go with Garden Warbler.

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Yes I will go with GW, I'm used to GW singing longer sustained bursts with a delivery that borders almost on the "neurotic". I can recall "locally" an area of Reed/scrub/ditch where in early Spring, there was Sedge Warbler, Common Whitethroat, Blackcap and Garden Warbler all on occasion "cross" singing...became very confusing at times.

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