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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 15-04-2021, 08:02 Thread Starter
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Which bird is this?

It starts about 10 seconds in and is quite short and not very loud but it's the best I have managed so far, we only hear it twice a day normally, in the morning and at dusk.

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Someone will have to quote me as Iím on Kevs ignor list and thatís the only way he will see itís a collar dove.

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I assume, Kev, that you know the pigeon sound. If it is the trilling bird then can't help you I am afraid.
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I assume, Kev, that you know the pigeon sound. If it is the trilling bird then can't help you I am afraid.
Not a pigeon Pat, its a dove cook coo cook the pigeon has more to say cook coo cook - cook-cook

I also think the time is wrong on my post (s) donīt know how it got there twice, but I was in bed almost asleep at that time last night.

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Yes, it is the trilling one Pat, tother is a collared dove, and very annoying as we have dozens of them around here.

I was wondering if anyone could hear the recording
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We have a couple of collared doves, loads of pigeons but don't recognise the trilling bird.
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We have a pair of collared doves nesting in the hedge top

Beautiful bird but a lousy nest builder,

They had chicks last year but all of them fell out of the nest sadly

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It has just flown around again, I wish I could see it, the song is really beautiful but still no idea what it is, Google not helping as I can't find the right question to ask without bringing up a load of rubbish.
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I think it may be a Kestral


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