Mystery Bird in New York

by Marissa
(New York)

I keep hearing the bird around 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm I checked a couple sites with bird calls but none sound excactly like It and I'm not a birder so I'm not sure how to put how it sounds like, the bird repeats the three calls to me it sounds like Doo Do Do, does anyone know what it might be?


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Possibly an owl.

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May 08, 2011
Mystery Bird Solved
by: Anonymous

thank you for all your help but I guess I was hearing the bird wrong. I found out the bird is a Black-Capped Chickadee since I found out what my Mystery Bird is I'm going to be a Birder for now on :)

May 07, 2011
OOPS!
by: Susan

My apologies. I misread your question and thought it was 1:30 in the early morning that you heard the bird. That's why I suggested an owl! Go to this page and listen to a Mourning Dove.

May 07, 2011
mystery bird
by: Joanne

Hi there. It almost sounds to me like a mourning dove. The call could almost be mistaken for a distant owl, but it does have that dooo do do sound. Try googling "mourning dove call" and listen if that is the sound you heard. Good luck.

Jo

May 07, 2011
Early Bird?
by: Marissa

I heard the bird this morning at around 5:41 am now that I hear It more I found a bird(White Throated Sparrow)that has the same pitch as my Mystery Bird but not the same call pattern.

May 06, 2011
Bird calls
by: Judy-Seattle

Marissa, Since you are hearing it in the daytime, I was wondering if it could be a mourning dove? Try going to eNature.com and choose their bird Field Guide. They have recorded the calls of a great many birds. I found my mystery bird there that I had been hearing every spring for over ten years.

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