[CT Birds] Bird song ID help please

Dave Provencher hikerbirder at gmail.com
Sat May 18 20:19:11 EDT 2013


Yup. I have to agree with Brian and Nick. I just listened to dons recording
on my computer. That will teach me to listen to a recording on my phone
while driving!

On Saturday, May 18, 2013, Brian Kleinman wrote:

> Sounds like an Indigo Bunting to me.
>
> Brian Kleinman
>
>
> Sorry about the poor quality, the crickets, the Scarlet  Tanager, etc, but
> its the best I could do. Never got a glimpse of this bird, and  the song is
> not really ringing any bells. The file is very compressed to  shorten the
> time and eliminate some of the noise. It actually sang perhaps every  30
> seconds or so. Habitat - open young woodlands next to a pipe line  cut.
>
> _https://www.dropbox.com/s/izskoh4o7bz0d5x/UKN%20bird%2C%20Pumpk
> in%20Hill%205-17-13%20edit.mp3_
> (
> https://www.dropbox.com/s/izskoh4o7bz0d5x/UKN%20bird,%20Pumpkin%20Hill%205-
> 17-13%20edit.mp3)
>
> To hear it click download, then open, or you can save it if you  want.
>
> Don Morgan
> Coventry
>
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