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Date: 7/10/20 1:50 pm
From: Joanne Stevens <joshawk...> Subject: Re: [Maine-birds] Mystery songs, 2 of 2
I think this bird might be a Junco. I have heard something similar a
couple of times, 2 or 3 buzzy note phrases. Even though a didn't see
the bird singing, one was with a group of Juncos and the other was in
western Maine mountains in appropriate habitat where there are Juncos.
I did find a recording of a Junco (hyemalis Oregon group) on xeno-canto
that sounds almost identical to your recording. Habitat is right.
On 7/8/2020 3:08 PM, Charles Duncan wrote:
> Charles Duncan <charles.d.duncan...>
> < mailto:<charles.d.duncan...>>
> Attachments2:40 PM (26 minutes ago)
> to Maine
> On July 5, we were hiking the Acadia Mountain Trail at Acadia NP.
> Near the upper sections we began to hear a distant "tseee-bzzz" double
> note. About ten minutes later we had flight notes of 2 (?) Red
> Crossbills near us, but unseen. Another 15-20 minutes later, the
> double-buzz started up again and I chased it down to get the recording
> here (apologies for wind noise). This is an outatke from a longer
> I never got to see the sound-source and it seemed to move from one
> tree to another. At one point I thought there might be two of them
> counter-singing. We've considered the possibility that this is
> not-avian: amphibian or even insect, and that could be. But the
> behavior of moving around sure seemed bird-like to me. Habitat was
> short firs and pines.
> Suggestions most welcome!
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