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!

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to What Is This Bird?.



Coming Soon

Recent Articles

  1. nestling bird

    Dec 11, 17 07:32 PM

    he or she nestles on top of our front door in the winter months in Phoenix,AZ. It is medium to small in size. It is lighter underneath, but really not

    Read More

  2. Snowbirds!!!

    Dec 10, 17 02:02 PM

    Drinking our morning coffee my boyfriend was looking at his bird feeder and said to me wow what are those birds? I said ohhhh they are snow birds... we

    Read More

  3. Looking for positive ID of this baby bird

    Nov 30, 17 10:40 PM

    Found this one in Popler tree, there were two chicks but one died due to fall. Chick is same size as dove chick but has bright orange pen feathers sprouting

    Read More