Bird that makes a very high-pitched single sharp chirp periodically?

We're in Northern California and have this bird that visits our yard every day, sits high up in the trees somewhere and makes a very, very high-pitched since sharp chirp. We have never been able to visualize it while chirping to identify which bird it is, we have several bird feeders and lots of little visitors, but for some reason we cannot seem to catch a glimpse of this bird in one of our trees? I think it must pirch very high up, can anyone help identify this type of bird with this explanation?

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