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8 hours ago, Hasan said:

That's no Worm-eating Warbler, it's far too thin. My guess is DEJU (Dark-eyed Junco)

And that’s why I usually need to see the bird if it’s a triller 😉

i can never keep them straight in my mind, especially earlier in the season

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The eBird admin of our area corrected my observation and says it’s a Chipping Sparrow. I did some study on the trill songs these days, and I think it’s probably a Chipping Sparrow because the trill is quite long (over 3 sec long). Now I wish I actually saw that bird 🙂

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