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The aspect of the Bell's Vireo song that stands out for me is its
alternating ending: one time it ends on a higher note and another time
on a lower note.

Sherry McCowan
St. Louis, Missouri
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Lynn Miller wrote:

>Susan beat me to the habitat thing, but you probably heard/saw Bell's.
>Warbling's have an almost drunk type of song that goes on and on and on, while
>the Bell's is quite different.
>
>Lynn miller
>Lone Jack,MO
>Jackson CO
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>Quoting Lori Lind <[log in to unmask]>:
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>>I heard several vireos singing today at James A. Reed in the KC area but I'm
>>not sure what kind they were.  All were in shrubby edge habitat areas and I
>>want to say they were Bell's, but I'm not sure how to tell them from
>>Warbling Vireos.  Could someone familiar with the area please tell me which
>>of the two it was more likely to be?  Also, do you have any advice for how
>>to distinguish between the two in the future?  Thanks in advance for any
>>help.
>>
>>Lori Lind
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