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Hi all. I just joined the forum. No expert but enjoy seeing wild birds of all sorts and can identify one or two !
There is a bird I hear very frequently in the North West and into Wales, also seems less prevalent in the south east where I live .

I have a recording but can't see a way to attach m4a file. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance
Hi! M4A is not a supported file format. You can convert it to an mp4. You can do that by downloading an app called Voice Recorder (app icon looks like old-fashioned tape recorder), then share your original file into the app. Then it will be automatically converted into an mp4, and can be attached! Hope this helps.
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Hi Peterniss, just realised it might be a bit less complicated just to convert it to an mp4 online, or take a new recording with Voice Recorder/other app that uses mp4 file formats
Hi, welcome to the forum on behalf of the staff and moderators. I think you will find us a friendly and helpful group.
Hi Peter and a warm welcome from me too. How are you getting on with converting your song file?

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I hope to hear about all the birds you see when out and about.

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