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It does sound like a wren, and seems higher pitched and more liquid than a Bewicks, which sounds a little similar. Also a Western-wood Peewee at the end.

 

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Try Olive-sided Flycatcher. They drove me nuts with this call this entire last weekend I was in their range. The pitch doesn't quite fit so it may be something else though.

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