Date: 8/11/17 6:45 am
From: J Pat Valentik via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] Pewee song fragment
Yellow-bellied flycatcher. They like to perch way up high when calling.

On 8:17PM, Thu, Aug 10, 2017 Robert Mirer via CTBirds <
<ctbirds...> wrote:

> As I worked outdoors this afternoon, I listened to an E. Wood-Pewee sing a
> song fragment, the familiar up-slurred pee-a-wee. It incessantly repeated
> this up-slurred phrase for the one and a half hours I was listening. Not
> once did it go to the down-slurred ending with which we are familiar. I
> don’t recall ever noting this before, even in other late season singers.
> Bent says nothing about this. I could not find a similar recording on
> allaboutbirds or xeno-canto. Anyone have any information or theories about
> this?
>
> Rob Mirer
> Moodus
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