Hi Preston,

Very interesting flight call. It reminds me of a type 2 Red Crossbill. It’s 
sounds a bit soft for this species but distance from mic might cause that. It 
is also unusual to get just one or two notes. Were there any others? I see from 
eBird there are some recent records from MA, RI, and NJ.

John Kearney

Carleton, NS


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5/1/17 -- 10:03 PM



Last night, I recorded some interesting calls - the first one sounding similar 
to northern cardinal. Do these calls originate from two separate species of 
birds, or are they one? And which species? Thank you.



Preston Lust, Westport CT


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