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What other bird song sounds like a chipper or a pine warbler?

Posted by catherinet z5 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 26, 08 at 13:07

Hi all,
Well, I'm not hearing the chipping sparrow or the pine warbler's song on the link of songs. maybe its just a chipper's variation, but was wondering.....is there another bird that sounds like those 2? Thanks.


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RE: What other bird song sounds like a chipper or a pine warbler?

I wish I could help Catherine, I am so bad at bird songs - I have to listen and see the bird repeatedly to remember it, even with that I forget from season to season! I have a CD of warbler songs, I will see if I can find anything out for you.


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RE: What other bird song sounds like a chipper or a pine warbler?

Thanks Jeanner,
Don't feel bad. Even when I learn birdcalls, I forget them so easily! It seems like I can remember them, if I'm in the spot where I learned them, but if I go anywhere else, I can't recognize them! LOL!


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RE: What other bird song sounds like a chipper or a pine warbler?

I'm thinking a worm-eating warbler after listening to my CD. And according to Sibley, they describe their song as " a rapid buzz or trill, usually faster and more insect-like than Chipping Sparrow".

I've never seen or heard one though!


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