[CT Birds] question

Tom de Boor tomdb2 at aol.com
Thu Jun 18 13:01:03 EDT 2009


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> Offhand, your bird sounds like it could be an Eastern Wood Pewee.  Check
> out:

http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Eastern_Wood-Pewee/sounds and see if it
matches what you're hearing.

Best,

Tom de Boor
Branford, CT

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> Hi:
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> I'm an avid bird watcher, unfortunately, I don't know several birds by
> sound, and I hear one outside my yard everyday with the same familiar sound.
> I know it is a common bird, as I hear the sounds in the woods while hiking
> as well, but don't know how to identify it by the sound. The best way I can
> describe it is this:
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> reooo? reoooo reoooo reeeet. Sometimes it is just? reoooo reeeeoooo
> reeeett, but most times 3 of the same sound followed by the last. Can anyone
> help to identify. I never seem to be able to spot the bird making the sound?
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