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 Black-throated Green Warbler  Setophaga virens


  Sonogram of Black-throated Green Warbler singing

Mount Blue State Park, Maine, USA  44 40' 44.3" N  70 26' 58.3" W  24 June 2014

Song composed of seven high-frequency buzzy elements (sounds much higher pitched than Black-throated Blue); five level elements at 6.1 kHz (increasing in volume), followed by a lower frequency element than a final, longer and louder higher element.

Singing from fairly high in spruces in mixed spruce/maple/oak forest.

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