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  1. Hi everyone. My first post here. What a great resource. I was hoping to participate in this year's GBBC, but I am fairly ignorant, outside of the regulars I see on my deck/yard eating seed/suet in winter: Juncos, Chickadees, Starlings, Blue Jays, Red Bellied Woodpeckers, Doves. First clip has two different calls — are they two different birds? Bird calls 4 Feb.amr They don't sound like any calls in the list of "common birds" for winter in NJ that I went through, but surely they are common? House is in mobile home park, in semi-rural area. There are plenty of large clusters of trees and brush around houses… Backs up to forest. About 12 miles from shore. I'm sorry volume is so low. I can hear it—hopefully you can.
  2. Recently, I've been going through some old audio files from the summer, and I've come across this bird call which has me stumped. To my ear, it doesn't sound quite sharp enough to be a Cardinal, although it is pretty similar. I was thinking it could be a warbler call of some sort, but sounds aren't my strong point, so I can't be 100% sure. The warblers found at the time were Yellow and Kentucky - maybe it's one of them? It was recorded in a park on the edge of a lake. There's a decent sized chunk of wooded area which is prone to being flooded after a big rain, so it's often quite wet and muddy. I don't fully remember how wet the area was on the day of recording, but I do remember it being warm and sunny at the time. If it helps, it was recorded at around 2pm. Let me know if any more information is needed. Hopefully it's identifiable!
  3. Please confirm Red-shouldered Hawk. I didn’t get a good look at the bird but I did get this recording. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/302537151
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