Last week I tried to describe an unknown bird song — a short, steady musical trill with a slight pause and a single higher note, one full step up in pitch. It took us a while — he was really good at avoiding being recorded — but we finally got two recordings of it. In the first he vocalizes twice, once (quietly) right at the beginning, and a second time (louder) at the end. The second is only once but is a little better quality.
Because of the size of the files I’m sending them in two separate emails.
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