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With tricky photos and sounds, it sometimes helps to have a location and date. 🙂 
With that said, I am leaning towards it being a northern flicker. The flicker and the pileated woodpecker both have a song that sounds kind of like that but that is so rigid and steady, shorter sounds, I don't know how to describe it. The pileated has a bit more of a louder sound that is more echoey or something.  Wish I could describe the difference with words... HA

But, I THINK it's a flicker. Wait for other opinions. 🙂

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Pretty sure there is a Red-eyed Vireo plus, as millipede suggested, a Northern Flicker way in the back.  And there might be an American Redstart, but it seems to be overlapping with another warbler (possibly Blackburnian?), so it's really hard to hear.

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