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Recorded bird call today in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada (1 Viewer)


Tried locating this bird but could not despite the call lasting a few minutes. It felt like it was coming from somewhere about 20-50 feet above the ground from a tree. It was decently loud. A Yellow Warbler was singing in the same tree/trees before this call started and I caught a brief glimpse of something flying in to the tree and saw the Yellow Warbler dart away, so the bird was probably bigger than a warbler is my guess. The call was recorded in a small urban park.

Repeated 6-note bird call is heard at 00:01, 00:10, 00:16 and 00:22

My guess is this is an American Robin


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