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|Sunday 11th July 2010, 18:28||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Strange (comical almost) song ID
This should not be difficult for some here.
I'm in Halifax Nova Scotia. It is July.
Early this morning just before and during sunrise, I heard a strange call, almost too funny!! The last note is the unexpected note, it almost seems to be a blunder ending of a wonderful bird song!
The song consists of not more than 5 notes, no buzzing, no clicking, pitch changes, just very plain simple notes I describe below.
The first 3 F#'s could be only 2, it seems unclear. The 2 notes at the very end of the song have more space between them than than the beginning notes. The whole song is done in less than 5 seconds. The last note is a surprise, as if the bird throws it in for the surprise finale.
This is the pattern, letters indicating pitch on a piano keyboard from here:
(use the higest octive)
F# F# F# G# D
Thank you so much for your help, I cannot find this bird, and the neighbours don't know either.
Last edited by cptstubing : Sunday 11th July 2010 at 18:31. Reason: clarification
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