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Austin Texas sound recording Part 2 (1 Viewer)

Mr_K

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Hello,

If you remember last week I posted my own whistle of an imitation of a bird that had a special ending cheep note. It went up in pitch. I heard the bird this morning and recorded it many times. I picked one recording that had a few clear cheeps at the end. It is not the best audio but it does have multiple songs. It sounds like a titmouse but for that raised last note.

Let me know what you think.
 

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Mr_K

Well-known member
Hello.

My other post for this bird was my own whistle from memory. This post was the real deal. The bird in the tree.

I still think the end note, that has a raised pitch, is distinctive.

Thanks.
 

Deb Burhinus

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Europe
My other post for this bird was my own whistle from memory. This post was the real deal. The bird in the tree.
My point was just that I recognised it as a Carolina Wren from your whistle - itโ€™s not a difficult song to emulate - but yes, itโ€™s good you recorded the โ€™real dealโ€™ for confirmation ๐Ÿ‘
 
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