I agree, both House Wrens and Red-eyed Vireos just sometimes don’t know when to take a break (being anthropomorphic here). Has anyone else noticed that Red-eyed Vireos sing at the hottest part of the day, and that they sing their song faster and faster as it gets hotter and hotter? That’s my observation anyway. Evergreen in Jericho
> On Jul 21, 2019, at 8:05 AM, Sue <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Or house wrens which can be very irksome.
> Sue Wetmore
> Sent from my iPod
>> On Jul 21, 2019, at 7:10 AM, Maeve Kim <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> As of this morning, four people have e-mailed about nonstop tweeting birds that are driving them crazy. They’ve been heard here in Jericho Center, along the LaPlatte in Shelburne, in the New North End of Burlington, and in Milton. I haven’t heard one yet, but I’m wondering if the mystery birds are young Red-eyed Vireos trying out their father’s song. This is a species that specializes in incessant!
>> Maeve Kim
>> Jericho Center