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Re: Newbie request for identification

Subject: Re: Newbie request for identification
From: "Tom Williams" pterodax
Date: Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:48 am ((PDT))
Hi Graham,

To me this sounds like a slightly unusual variant of a Greenfinch call: although the slight drop in pitch at the
beginning isn't something I've noticed before.



On 24 June 2012 16:09, Graham Meadows <> wrote:

> **
> Hi All
> I am new to this group and relatively new to sound recording, i am an
> amateur
> photographer and ex Radio/telecoms Engineer.
> However, to start off i would like to ask for help in identifying a bird
> call.
> Recorded in my back garden in Bishop Auckland UK, I think it may be a
> Twite
> (CARDUELIS FLAVIROSTRIS) but i can't be sure. Can anyone help?
> I have just signed up with Soundcloud, This is the link
> Any help or comments would be appreciated.
> Graham Meadows

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