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What kind of bird is it?


We have had about six hours of thunder and rain off and on. Out in the sage brush is a bird that seems to be enjoying the coolness of the now misty rain and the sweet smell of the sage. It is happy, with a lovely song I have not heard before. It is repeated over and ove:. 5 or 6 chirps, 5 to 7 sounds like "sweet", then a long trill. What kind of bird sings like that?

 
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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 23 months ago

    Hi Tim. I should have specified that the sage is native to Nevada, desert sage. Of course it is native to other desert areas also. Thanks for the info on ''WhatBird.com'. I did not know that Salvia is in the sage family - interesting.

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