Bird Sounds, Port Colborne
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Bird Sounds, Port Colborne

Napper

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Just a few moments ago I heard a bird that sounded similar to this down the street.

https://www.bird-sounds.net/tufted-titmouse/
total of 6 notes then a pause repeat, Notes were musical and a little faster.
Any Idea's
Napper:)

flkr...http://www.flickr.com/photos/36614671@N06/   Recent updates 2017 old pics
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Ally

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Just a few moments ago I heard a bird that sounded similar to this down the street.

https://www.bird-sounds.net/tufted-titmouse/
total of 6 notes then a pause repeat, Notes were musical and a little faster.
Any Idea's
Napper:)
Are they here so early? And if you have blue jays in the neighbourhood? Hahaha, the jays in my neighbourhood were doing their impressions on RTH the other day.


Ally

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Just a few moments ago I heard a bird that sounded similar to this down the street.

https://www.bird-sounds.net/tufted-titmouse/
total of 6 notes then a pause repeat, Notes were musical and a little faster.
Any Idea's
Napper:)


And that actually reminded my experience of following the call last Autumn, turned out to be a Canary. I remember describing it as cricket calls.


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Ok after I got home I found this. I had no idea that a Titmouse could vary it's call in such a way.
I always thought it was a just a very fast "Peta, Peta, Peta". Apparently not. :o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sc58PMVAm_0
It had to be Tufted Titmouse. It was loud and well hidden in the trees across the street.
I will have to take a closer look next time I am there.
Napper :)
flkr...http://www.flickr.com/photos/36614671@N06/   Recent updates 2017 old pics
You know your getting old when.....wait, what?