'Ere Ya Go, 'Ere Ya Go, 'Ere Ya Go!!!!

Migratory Birds - Migratory Birds over wetlands.
@Darkwing (21588)
February 9, 2008 9:50am CST
Lol... I don't know how many will remember but I was asking about this bird in a discussion last year, which I always hear outside my window, and up in the churchyard. It sounds as though it's saying "'Ere Ya Go!" I had asked in the discussion the life span of birds because it has been around here for as long as I can remember, and I don't recall hearing that call anywhere else. Anyway, I thought my bird had met its end because I hadn't heard it for ages, but low and behold, it returned, about two to three weeks ago, as lively and vociferous as ever. So, I've come to the conclusion that it's a migratory bird, because all I hear in the Winter months, are crows, rooks, blackbirds, robins and sparrows. There are t1ts about as well, but they don't make much noise. I was wondering, to help me in my search, if anybody else has hear this call from a bird in their area. I'm itching to know its species and read up on it. :)
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
9 Feb 08
Can you get a pic of it? would help out and I havent heard that one around here or any where else for the Cardinal goes Cherry chery cherry and I have my song bird her that does different calls so am thnking it might be a Mockingbird doent know for sure not looked into it. good luck!
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@Darkwing (21588)
9 Feb 08
It sounds as though it's mimicking something. As yet, I've never managed to spot it but I'll keep a look out and see if I can get a pic. Brightest Blessings.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
10 Feb 08
probably is mimicing. and so hope you do get a pic of the little sneaky thing lol hugs!
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@Darkwing (21588)
10 Feb 08
Lol... the problem being, it seems to sleep in this area. It's here early morning, starting off the Dawn Chorus with its unmistakeable call, and then again in the evening. During the daytime it goes off somewhere. I've heard it whilst sitting in the churchyard, so I guess it goes somewhere into the school or churchyard trees during the day, returning to roost nearer the house. Therefore, it's not always light enough to see it, but I'm going to make a point of looking out for it. Brightest Blessings.
@raydene (9874)
• United States
9 Feb 08
I don't know what bird that would be..Have you gotten a real good pic of it? You can go to the bird sites and ask if anyone knows what it is. Good luck Doll xoxooxxoxooxoxo
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@Darkwing (21588)
9 Feb 08
Unfortunately, in all the years it has been around, I haven't as yet, managed to even spot it, but if I do, I'll take a pic. It seems to be high up in the trees or something. Brightest Blessings.