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My mother sent me this video of a singing bird (bird itself not shown in video, only its song can be heard), but I'm not 100% sure it was indeed singing, and I have been having a hard time IDing it... It's probably a common species. But what is puzzling me is the time of the year the bird was singing, since the video was taken in January. The location is southeast europe, more specifically northen Greece. If anyone can help it will be very appreciated, thank you in advance!

P.S. ignore the zooming in the collared dove at the end.


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Alexander Stöhr

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To me this strongly resembles a Great Tit Parus major. The tinny sound (no offense) makes this sounds slightly strange, but I think it is indeed one.

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