Two-Toned whistle, slower low note, then quicker high note- NH

by TLR
(New Hampshire)

For the past few mornings I hear this quite loud new bird in my yard, but I can't SEE him! Subject line has the song description, and the closest "words" that I can liken the notes to is "whoo,wheet!" Both tones can be made easily by anyone who can whistle, and when you do the second higher note, just cut it real short. Thanks!

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