Need help ID'ing this bird with a 4-Note Melody
Posted 07 May 2012 - 06:09 PM
This one I've been really curious about.
I heard a bird yesterday (in Rhode Island) making a distinctive 4-note melody that I haven't heard.
I took a brief (visually lousy, sorry) video to capture the sound, and was wondering if anyone out there might
be able to identify the bird based on the song:
The melody I'm referring to occurs in the video at about "0:09" and "0:02" (note that
the time indicator on the video ticks down rather than up)...
I am not sure if the bird I filmed in the video actually is the one singing the song (I think it is, but not certain).
I took two photos (also not great, unfortunately) of the bird on the video, if that's of help:
Finally, near this spot the day before, I had taken a photo of a bird that I later found out to be
a female Red-Breasted Grosbeak, which I had never seen before.
The bird in this video/photo is of similar size.
I was wondering if it could be the same female Grosbeak...do they ever sing at all?
Posted 07 May 2012 - 06:45 PM
Posted 07 May 2012 - 09:34 PM
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