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Song ID, Toronto, Ontario (1 Viewer)


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Please help to id the song from 29 to approximately 40 sec.
Recorded with Merlin app on May 16 in Toronto Wet Woods at Tommy Thompson Park, midday.
Habitat - dense bushes and trees at the forest edge, low level.
Merlin identified it as Wood Sandpiper :)
For my ear it sounded really distinctly unusual for any common bird I know. Pretty loud and energetic :)
Probably I'm just not good enough in bird calls :)
Thanks a lot for any guess.


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I am hearing the Yellow Warbler at 19 seconds, and 38 seconds. The only thing that I hear around 29 seconds is very faint, it may be an American Robin.

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