Date: 9/11/20 9:49 am
From: Matthew Felperin <mattyfelp...>
Subject: Re: [MDBirding] sound clip opinion sought
I first listened to it in the city with a lot of noise in the background, I now agree it’s a Carolina wren. You can hear another one in the background as well

Matt Felperin



> On Sep 11, 2020, at 12:44 PM, David Gibson <20cabot...> wrote:
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> Hi all, Sounds like a Carolina (the timbre). Definitely not a Kentucky. And doesn't sound like an Ovenbird. My .02.
> Dave Gibson
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>> On Fri, Sep 11, 2020 at 12:02 PM Matthew Felperin <mattyfelp...> wrote:
>> Sounds like an Ovenbird to me!
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>>> On Fri, Sep 11, 2020 at 11:43 AM Derek Richardson <derek.c.richardson...> wrote:
>>> Hello! I recorded the attached bird song at Rocky Gorge in PG county this morning. To me it sounds possible for Kentucky Warbler, except would this sort of vocalization be expected in the fall? Otherwise I guess it's a somewhat atypical Carolina Wren song (there was another individual singing in the background). No visual unfortunately (forest edge with dense-ish understory). The BirdNet api gives a modestly higher probability for KEWA over CARW, but the analysis does not include region or time of year.
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>>> Thanks in advance for your thoughts!
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>>> P.S. Pretty slow today at the reservoir, except there were a lot of House Wrens, Brown Thrashers, and Indigo Buntings around. Full list here.
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