Birds chirping all night and morning!

4/23/2009:

What birds are making the racket?

Does anyone else hear these birds in Hoboken?

Starting at around 2am – and continuing for at least six hours – these birds repeat the same damn chirp over and over and over again. I normally fall asleep easily (due to exhaustion) – but this morning I wanted to get to sleep at a reasonable hour (for me) – and for the last hour and a half… I’m still awake.

Here’s an MP3 recording of the sound. A friend who was online said they might be Mockingbirdsis that correct?

Ugh!

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42 Comments on "Birds chirping all night and morning!"

KenOn10
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KenOn10

Florence Nightengale.

mooshu
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mooshu

Oh, my gosh. Furey, this is the one I’ve memorized throughout the years!

Get ready, 411. With some more training and experience, this is how your bird will sound:

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Here’s the northern mockingbird…but didn’t think it sounded right:

http://www.learnbirdsongs.com/birdsong.php?id=4%5B/quote%5D

mooshu
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mooshu

Be nice. Their ammunition is avian poop. :mrgreen:

hobokenmartinez
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hobokenmartinez

oh my god, i HATE these birds. i have investigated getting a super soaker and hitting them, but i think they’re on my roof or in the cornice of my building. what KILLS me is that they are audible only from the bedroom! when i go to the back of the house, where the livingroom is i can’t hear them at all. they wake me up every morning at about 4 am.

mooshu
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mooshu

Could’ve been a Nightingale. But guess not:

The Nightingale is usually regarded as an English bird, and it is abundant in many parts of the midland, eastern, and western counties of England, and the woods, coppices, and gardens ring with its thrilling song. It is also found, however, in large numbers in Spain and Portugal and occurs in Austria, upper Hungary, Persia, Arabia, and Africa, where it is supposed to spend its winters.

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