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Well, then definitely not what I heard or even the same place ... I didn't get a good count of the syllables but it was at least 6. Maybe a badly heard Wilson's Warbler after all!<BR>
I'll give it another try tomorrow AM after the in-laws depart. There's a line of riparian vegetation along sort of a ditch that flows from south to north, just west of that big gravel turnout with the check station. Another way to access it is to walk straight south of HQ (past the blue house) and then turn left just past the fenced, "closed-to-public" area and follow that all the way to a soggy patch of woods with a secluded pond on the south side.<BR>
On Sat, 2012-06-09 at 10:33 -0700, Robinson, Douglas - FW wrote:
Actually, when I heard it, it was singing only 3, sometimes just 2, kissy sibilant notes per song. It did not vary from that for the 10 min I was there. Nothing chattery about it to my ear.
It seemed to be moving toward the south away from Camp Adair Rd so might be worth checking wetter places south.