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Trying to ID bird call-Greater London (1 Viewer)

Emi

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England
A couple of days ago a bird the size of a thrush and light in colour flew low over my garden, it had a 2 note call that sounded like " chook chook " it wasn't high pitched or coarse like a crow. Three of us have spent ages trawling the internet for bird calls and nothing sounds remotely like it, any ideas please :)
 

Emi

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England
Who would of thought it was something so simple 😂 Thanks guys you saved my sanity.
 

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pianoman

duck and diver, bobolink and weaver
I wonder could that be a partially leucistic male, because of the yellow bill? Or is that just a consequence of the overall lightness
 

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